Agency Chief Contracting Officer definition

Agency Chief Contracting Officer means the position delegated authority by the Agency Head to organize and supervise the procurement activity of subordinate agency staff in conjunction with the City Chief Procurement Officer; i.e., the Agency Chief Contracting Officer of the Department of Citywide Administrative Services or a delegated representative.
Agency Chief Contracting Officer. ("ACCO") shall mean the person designated by the Commissioner to exercise such powers and duties with respect to procurement as are set forth in the Procurement Policy Board Rules.

Examples of Agency Chief Contracting Officer in a sentence

  • Contractor further acknowledges that such compliance is a material term of this agreement and that failure to comply with the PSLL in performance of this agreement may result in its termination.Contractor must notify the Agency Chief Contracting Officer of the City agency or other entity with whom it is contracting in writing within ten (10) days of receipt of a complaint (whether oral or written) regarding the PSLL involving the performance of this agreement.


More Definitions of Agency Chief Contracting Officer

Agency Chief Contracting Officer or “ACCO” shall mean the person delegated authority by the Commissioner to organize and supervise the procurement activity of subordinate agency staff in conjunction with the CCPO, or his/her duly authorized representative. All written notices or communications to the ACCO shall be sent, as specified, to 55 Water Street, 8th Floor, New York, New York 10041 (“Office of the ACCO”).
Agency Chief Contracting Officer. (“ACCO”) shall mean a person delegated authority by the Commissioner to organize and supervise the procurement activity of
Agency Chief Contracting Officer means the [person] individual to whom an agency head has delegated authority to organize and supervise the agency's procurement activity.
Agency Chief Contracting Officer means the individual to whom an