Acceptance Criteria definition

Acceptance Criteria means the Specifications, goals, performance measures, testing results and/or other criteria designated by the Agency and against which the Deliverables may be evaluated for purposes of Acceptance or Non-acceptance thereof.
Acceptance Criteria means the specified limits placed on the characteristics of an item or method that are used to determine data quality.
Acceptance Criteria means the criteria used by IRENA to evaluate Acceptance for each Service or Deliverable separately and as integrated with any previously Accepted Service or Deliverable as provided herein. The term “Acceptance Criteria” shall be deemed to include that each Service or Deliverable shall meet the applicable specifications related to such Service or Deliverable, as set forth in this Contract including the Terms of Reference and, as applicable, the Contractor’s technical proposal, and operates in accordance with such other specific criteria as may be developed and recorded in writing by the Parties in the implementation of this Contract.

Examples of Acceptance Criteria in a sentence

  • Insert Task Insert Task Insert Task (add lines as necessary) Acceptance Criteria The acceptance criteria for each deliverable must be explicitly identified, referencing, where possible, exact specifications.

  • Solution validation test plan Outputs / Deliverables Acceptance Criteria [only] for Deliverables Updated solution validation test plan Jackson County, North Xxxxxxxx Xxxxx Technologies, Inc.

  • Production Stage Acceptance Criteria: ▪ All stage deliverables accepted based on criteria previously defined.

  • Outputs / Deliverables Acceptance Criteria [only] for Deliverables Configured System Work package assumptions: ▪ Xxxxx provides guidance for configuration options available within the Tyler software.

  • Prepare Solution Stage Acceptance Criteria: ▪ All stage deliverables accepted based on criteria previously defined.


More Definitions of Acceptance Criteria

Acceptance Criteria means the Specifications, goals, performance measures or standards, testing results, requirements, technical standards, representations, or other criteria designated by the Agency and against which Acceptance Tests are conducted, including any of the foregoing stated or expressed in this Agreement, a Purchasing Instrument, the RFP, the Proposal, any Documentation, and any applicable state, federal, foreign, and local laws, rules, and regulations.
Acceptance Criteria. (11/18) means functionality and performance requirements determined by the City, based upon the Specifications, which must be satisfied prior to City’s Acceptance of a Deliverable. City and Contractor shall agree upon written Acceptance Criteria.
Acceptance Criteria. The Building shall be compared with a building which was constructed at approximately the same time, using practices which were generally accepted as normal for that time and that the property has received maintenance to ensure that the intended strength and serviceability of the building have not significantly deteriorated over time. Access hole (cover) means a hole in the structure allowing safe entry to an area. Accessible area is any area of the property and structures allowing the inspector safe and reasonable access within the scope of the inspection.
Acceptance Criteria means the Specifications, goals, performance measures, testing results and/or other criteria designated by the Department and against which the Deliverables may be evaluated for purposes of Acceptance or Non-acceptance thereof.
Acceptance Criteria means the criteria for accepting Deliverables under this Contract, including but not limited to Requirements, specifications in the Statement of Work, and the Performance Warranties set forth in Section 11.2.
Acceptance Criteria means the measures by which the actions implemented to rehabilitate the land are deemed to be complete. The acceptance criteria indicate the success of the rehabilitation outcome or remediation of areas which have been significantly been disturbed by the mining activities. Acceptance criteria may include information regarding:
Acceptance Criteria. The Building shall be compared with a building that was constructed in accordance with the generally accepted practice at the time of construction and which has been maintained such that there has been no significant loss of strength and serviceability. Access hole (cover) means an opening in the structure to allow for safe entry to carry out an inspection. Accessible area means an area of the site where sufficient safe and reasonable access is available to allow inspection within the scope of the inspection. Building Element means a portion of a building that, by itself or in combination with other such parts, fulfils a characteristic function. Client means the person(s) or other legal entity for which the inspection is to be carried out. If ordered by the person(s)’s agent then it is agreed that the agent represents the person(s) and has the authority to act for and on their behalf. (See also “You/Your” below) Defect means a fault or deviation from the intended condition of the material, assembly or component.