Written Material Sample Clauses

Written Material. Marketing Materials, Enrollee Handbooks, Basic Information, and any information or notices required to be distributed to Potential Enrollees, Prospective Enrollees or Enrollees by the Department or regulations promulgated from time to time under 42 C.F.R. Part 438 (collectively, "Written Materials") shall be easily understood by individuals who have a sixth grade reading level. Such Written Materials shall be available in alternative formats that take into account the special needs (e.g., vision impairment) of Potential Enrollees, Prospective Enrollees or Enrollees. The Contractor shall have in place a mechanism to help Potential Enrollees, Prospective Enrollees and Enrollees understand the requirements and benefits of the Plan. Where there is a prevalent single-language minority within the low income households in the relevant Department of Human Services local office area (which for purposes of this Contract shall exist when five percent (5%) or more such families speak a language other than English, as determined by the Department according to published Census Bureau data), the Contractor's written materials provided to Potential Enrollees, Prospective Enrollees or Enrollees must be available in that language as well as English. Translations of written material are subject to prior approval by the Department and must be accompanied by a certification that the translation is accurate and complete.
Written Material. The Department shall provide CDPHE with internet access for materials that are relevant to the programs identified in this Interagency Agreement, including, monthly Medicaid Bulletins, the Department-generated brochures and flyers, relevant agency letters, and 10 C.C.R. 2505-10, Section 8.000 et seq. updates.
Written Material. Written materials described herein that are to be provided to Eligible Enrollees, Prospective Beneficiaries or Beneficiaries shall be easily understood by individuals who have a sixth grade reading level. If five percent (5%) or more (according to Census Bureau data as determined by the Department) of those low income households in the relevant Department of Human Services local office area are of a single-language minority, the Contractor's written materials provided to Eligible Enrollees, Prospective Beneficiaries or Beneficiaries must be available in that language as well as English. Translations of written material are subject to prior approval by the Department and must be accompanied by a certification that the translation is accurate and complete. Written materials, as described herein, shall mean Marketing Materials, Beneficiary Handbooks and any information or notices required to be distributed to Eligible Enrollees, Prospective Beneficiaries or Beneficiaries by the Department or regulations promulgated from time to time under 42 C.F.R. Part 438.
Written Material. 3.1 At the latest at the COMMENCEMENT DANFOSS is obligated to place the following material at EMCO's disposal without charge:
Written Material. All written materials heretofore supplied to Operating, including, without limitation, the 2000 and 2001 financial statements and revenue and expense computations are correct, complete and accurate in all material respects and none of such financial computations omits any item of material cost which should have been included under proper accounting practice.

Related to Written Material

  • Distribution of Written Materials Any written materials distributed by the Trustee to the Beneficiaries pursuant to this Agreement shall be sent by mail (or otherwise communicated in the same manner as Holdings utilizes in communications to holders of Holdings Shares subject to applicable regulatory requirements and provided such manner of communications is reasonably available to the Trustee) to each Beneficiary at its address as shown on the books of the Partnership. The Partnership shall provide or cause to be provided to the Trustee for purposes of communication, on a timely basis and without charge or other expense:

  • Written Warning If the employee again commits the same or similar violation within the specified period (or possibly an unrelated infraction), the employee will be given a written warning which will be placed on his/her personnel file. The employee will be told that if any further misconduct occurs, the employee will be disciplined again, more severely.

  • Derogatory Material No material derogatory to an employee’s conduct, service, character, performance or personality shall be placed in the employee’s personnel file unless the employee has been provided a copy and had the prior opportunity to review the material. The employee shall acknowledge that they had the opportunity to review such material by affixing their signature to the copy to be filed with the expressed understanding that such signature in no way indicates agreement with the contents thereof. The employee shall also have the right to submit a written answer to such materials and their answer shall be reviewed by the Administrator or the Administrator’s designee and attached to the file copy.

  • Prior Written Communications Any offer that is a written communication relating to the Securities made prior to the initial filing of the Registration Statement by the Company or any person acting on its behalf (within the meaning, for this paragraph only, of Rule 163(c) of the Securities Act) has been filed with the Commission in accordance with the exemption provided by Rule 163 of the Securities Act and otherwise complied with the requirements of Rule 163 of the Securities Act, including without limitation the legending requirement.

  • Written Communications (a) The following terms have the specified meanings for purposes of this Agreement:

  • Promotional Material In the event that the Fund or the Investment Adviser makes available any promotional materials related to the Securities or the transactions contemplated hereby intended for use only by registered broker-dealers and registered representatives thereof by means of an Internet web site or similar electronic means, the Investment Adviser will install and maintain or will cause to be installed and maintained, pre-qualification and password-protection or similar procedures which are reasonably designed to effectively prohibit access to such promotional materials by persons other than registered broker-dealers and registered representatives thereof.

  • Retention of Written Communications The Registrar shall retain copies of all letters, notices and other written communications received pursuant to Section 2.1 or this Section 2.6. The Issuer shall have the right to inspect and make copies of all such letters, notices or other written communications at any reasonable time upon the giving of reasonable prior written notice to the Registrar.

  • Confidential Material The Employee shall not, directly or indirectly, either during the Term or thereafter, disclose to anyone (except in the regular course of the Company's business or as required by law), or use in any manner, any information acquired by the Employee during his employment by the Company with respect to any clients or customers of the Company or any confidential, proprietary or secret aspect of the Company's operations or affairs unless such information has become public knowledge other than by reason of actions, direct or indirect, of the Employee. Information subject to the provisions of this paragraph will include, without limitation:

  • Licensed Documentation If commercially available, Licensee shall have the option to require the Contractor to deliver, at Contractor’s expense: (i) one (1) hard copy and one (1) master electronic copy of the Documentation in a mutually agreeable format; (ii) based on hard copy instructions for access by downloading from the Internet

  • Marketing Materials (a) During the term of this Agreement, the Sub-Adviser agrees to furnish the Manager at its principal office for prior review and approval by the Manager all written and/or printed materials, including but not limited to, PowerPointÒ or slide presentations, news releases, advertisements, brochures, fact sheets and other promotional, informational or marketing materials (the “Marketing Materials”) for internal use or public dissemination, that are produced or are for use or reference by the Sub-Adviser, its affiliates or other designees, broker-dealers or the public in connection with the Series, and Sub-Adviser shall not use any such materials if the Manager reasonably objects in writing within five business days (or such other period as may be mutually agreed) after receipt thereof. Marketing Materials may be furnished to the Manager by first class or overnight mail, facsimile transmission equipment, electronic delivery or hand delivery.