HSP definition

HSP s Personnel and Volunteers” means the controlling shareholders (if any), directors, officers, employees, agents, volunteers and other representatives of the HSP. In addition to the foregoing, HSP’s Personnel and Volunteers shall include the contractors and subcontractors and their respective shareholders, directors, officers, employees, agents, volunteers or other representatives;
HSP means HUB Subcontracting Plan, as outlined by Chapter 2161 of the Texas Government Code.

Examples of HSP in a sentence

  • The methodology used to review the HSP consisted of the review of the current IDP, HSP, SDF and other relevant chapters of the IDP and sectoral plans.

  • If the scope of services is less than $100,000.00, a HUB Subcontracting Plan (HSP) is not required.

  • If no pre-existing agreements with companies who will be hired as subcontractors exist, then the PROVIDER will be expected to make a good faith effort according to the HSP instructions.

  • SECTION 2: RESPONDENT's SUBCONTRACTING INTENTIONS (CONTINUATION SHEET)This page can be used as a continuation sheet to the HSP Form’s page 2, Section 2, Item b.

  • Therefore, all respondents, including State of Texas certified Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs) must complete and submit this State of Texas HUB Subcontracting Plan (HSP) with their response to the bid requisition (solicitation).


More Definitions of HSP

HSP means a HUB Subcontracting Plan.(b) HUB Requirements.(1) In accordance with Attachment B-1, Section 8.1.17.2, the MCO must submit an HSP for HHSC’s approval during the Transition Phase, and maintain the HSP thereafter.(2) MCO must report to HHSC’s contract manager and HUB Office monthly, in the format required by Chapter 5.4.4.5 of the UMCM, its use of HUB subcontractors to fulfill the subcontracting opportunities identified in the HSP.
HSP will not repair or replace any appliance, component, or system that is working as intended. Further, “HSP” will not repair or replace any appliance, component or system that is not working that was incorrectly installed, was not being used as intended or was installed in a location where it was not intended for normal and customary use. Items classified by manufacturer as “commercial”, “commercial-grade”, or “professional” are excluded from warranty coverage. “HSP” reserves the right to offer payment via check in lieu of repair or replacement. In such cases, the amount of the payment shall be equal to “HSP’s” actual cost to repair the item or an amount in accordance with the coverage allowed in the aggregate for a component or appliance. This amount is established and is at the sole discretion of “HSP”. Replacement of a covered item is at the sole discretion of “HSP”. In such cases when an appliance or component has to be replaced the payout towards a component or actual replacement based on the base model or builder standard that meets all applicable federally mandated minimal manufacturer standards, that has the same functions and performances as the item/s being replaced and falls within the aggregate maximum coverage. When replacing a component, “HSP” will make reasonable effort to replace the item with similar style material, type or brand. “HSP” will be responsible for costs associated with the replacement item/s and the work associated with making those replacements. Any replacements offered will have to fall within the maximum aggregate coverage. Payment will be made based on “HSP’s” negotiated rates with suppliers, which may be less than retail, minus any diagnostic fees previously incurred by “HSP”. In regards to appliances, “HSP” will not consider any failures that do not contribute to the appliance’s primary function including without limitation. For example: TV’s or radios in the kitchen refrigerator, a timer on an oven. Should a single component of a multi-feature appliance (including but not limited, double wall ovens, microwave/range combination) qualify for payout towards replacement, “HSP” will determine a reimbursement based on value of the