City Chief Procurement Officer definition

City Chief Procurement Officer or “CCPO” shall mean the position delegated authority by the Mayor to coordinate and oversee the procurement activity of Mayoral agency staff, including the ACCOs.
City Chief Procurement Officer means the position delegated authority by the Mayor to coordinate and oversee the procurement activity of mayoral agency staff, including the Agency Chief Contracting Officers (ACCO) and any offices which have oversight responsibility for the procurement of construction, computer and computer services.
City Chief Procurement Officer. (CCPO) shall mean a person delegated authority by the Mayor to coordinate and oversee the procurement activity of Mayoral agency staff, including the ACCO and any offices which have oversight responsibility for the procurement of construction, or his/her duly authorized representative.

Examples of City Chief Procurement Officer in a sentence

  • Mistakes shall not be corrected after award of the contract except where the City Chief Procurement Officer subject to the approval of Corporation Counsel makes a written determination that it would be unconscionable not to allow the mistake to be corrected.

  • The Agency Chief Contracting Officer during the term of this Contract may increase or decrease the quantity of any item or class; however, any contract increases which cumulatively exceed the greater of ten percent (10%) of the total cost of this contract or $100,000 must be approved in writing by the City Chief Procurement Officer.

  • Adjustments to price shall be computed in one or more of the following ways: (i) by agreement of a fixed price; (ii) by unit prices specified in the contract; (iii) by time and material record; and/or (iv) in any other manner approved by the City Chief Procurement Officer.

  • Except in the case of requirement contracts, any contract increases which cumulatively exceed the greater of 10% or $100,000 must be approved in writing by the City Chief Procurement Officer.

  • Pursuant to Section 2-08(e)(8) of the Rules of the Procurement Policy Board, whenever the City Chief Procurement Officer has permitted the filing of some or all of the required information within thirty (30) days after the registration of the contract, the submission of the required information within the required time period is a material term and condition of the contract and the City may terminate the contract without penalty to the City in the event of violation of the condition.


More Definitions of City Chief Procurement Officer

City Chief Procurement Officer. (CCPO) shall mean a person delegated authority by the Mayor to coordinate and oversee the procurement activity of Mayoral agency staff, including the ACCO and any offices which have oversight responsibility for the procurement of supplies and services.
City Chief Procurement Officer means the person to whom the mayor has delegated authority to coordinate and oversee the procurement activity of mayoral agency staff, including the agency chief contracting officers and any offices that have oversight responsibility for procurement.
City Chief Procurement Officer means the position delegated authority by the Mayor to coordinate and oversee the procurement activity of mayoral agency staff,
City Chief Procurement Officer or “C CPO” shall mean the position
City Chief Procurement Officer means the individual to whom the
City Chief Procurement Officer is defined as the person or duly authorized successor, authorized in writing to act for the City. The term includes, except as otherwise provided in this Contract, the authorized representative of the City Chief Procurement Officer acting within the limits of delegated authority.
City Chief Procurement Officer or “CCPO” means the position delegated authority by the Mayor to coordinate and oversee the procurement activity of Mayoral agency staff, including the ACCO.