Consistent definition

Consistent means that the action will fully comply with the LWRP policy standards and conditions and, whenever practicable, will advance one or more of them.
Consistent means that regulation and decision-making processes and mechanisms at all levels of governance must be compati- ble;
Consistent means to the extent possible, viable, and agreeable to the members of the committee, leaves packages for the participating unions are the same or substantially similar. The method shall be that leave provisions of all involved unions shall be scrutinized, and the committee shall choose its preferred terms and conditions from among the existing leave of absence terms and conditions. Existing terms and conditions mean that no new or expanded leaves or leave terms or conditions will be implemented. No union shall be required to accept the final decision of the committee as it may pertain to that union, however, should any union reject the committee’s decision, no changes will be made to that union’s leaves of absence as they now exist, and that union’s contract will remain unchanged regarding leaves of absence.

Examples of Consistent in a sentence

  • Consistent with the contractor's work force requirements and as permissible under Federal and State regulations, the contractor shall make full use of training programs, i.e., apprenticeship, and on-the-job training programs for the geographical area of contract performance.

  • Consistent with this clause, the service provider shall not duplicate, use, or disclose the information in whole or in part for any purpose other than to perform the services specified in its contract.

  • Consistent with the City’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan, the existing bicycle lanes on Geng Road connect to the Bay Trail.

  • Consistent with ICANN’s expressed mission and core values, ICANN shall operate in an open and transparent manner.

  • Incremental CH4 and N2O Mitigation Benefits Consistent with the U.S. Government’s SC-CO2 Estimates.

More Definitions of Consistent

Consistent means the information in an interconnection application conforms with the general principles of distribution system operation and DER characteristics.
Consistent means that the Bureau of Land Management plans will adhere to the terms, conditions, and decisions of officially approved and adopted resource related plans, or in their absence, with policies and programs, subject to the qualifications in § 1615.2 of this title.
Consistent unavailability for work” (as defined in Article 8:3.6.1 herein) will be grounds for a review of the employee’s status. Part of such a review will consist of a documented demonstration of the employee’s unavailability for work. Consistent unavailability may result in termination.
Consistent means recurring as in a pattern or developing pattern.
Consistent with the understanding between the Funds and the Distributor, and subject to the last sentence of this Section 1.3, Distributor may engage in such activities as it deems appropriate in connection with the promotion and sale of the Shares, which may include advertising, compensation of underwriters, dealers and sales personnel, the printing and mailing of Prospectuses to prospective shareholders other than current shareholders, and the printing and mailing of sales literature. Distributor may enter into dealer agreements and other selling agreements with broker-dealers and other intermediaries; provided, however, that Distributor shall have no obligation to make any payments to any third parties, whether as finder's fees, compensation or otherwise, unless (i) Distributor has received a corresponding payment from the applicable Fund's Distribution Plan (as defined in Section 2 of this Agreement), the Fund's investment adviser (the "Adviser") or from another source as may be permitted by applicable law, and (ii) such corresponding payment has been approved by the Trust's Board of Trustees.
Consistent means in basic general agreement and compatible with specific forest management direction that may include variation on a site specific basis to address other forest management concerns.
Consistent means that the environmental advantage does not depend on location.