Implementing Agencies definition

Implementing Agencies means the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and the World Bank in accordance with paragraph 22 of the Instrument.
Implementing Agencies means the line departments of the Government of Assam and autonomous institutions entrusted with the responsibility of implementing “ARIAS Projects” as determined by the Government of Assam and as laid down in the ProjectReports; Such departments/ agencies may include Departments of Agriculture, AH & Veterinary, Dairy, Fisheries, Irrigation, Public Works Revenue , Environment & Forest, Sericulture, Dairy, etc. and Agencies such as Assam Agricultural University, District Level ATMA (Agricultural Technology Management Agency) Societies, NGOs hired under the Projects, Joint Forest Management (JFM) Groups, Field Management Committees (FMC), Dairy Cooperative Societies, Self Help Groups (SHG), Farmers Interest Groups (FIGs), Agro Service Groups (ASGs), etc., recognized under the individual World Bank/ Externally financed or aided Projects/ other Projects of any department to foster private public partnership.
Implementing Agencies means the central, provincial and local agencies, departments and units, including the Participating Local Governments, responsible for Project implementation and coordination referred to under Part B of Schedule 5 to this Agreement, and "Implementing Agency" means any of the Implementing Agencies;

Examples of Implementing Agencies in a sentence

  • Qualifications and Experience of Implementing Agencies: Provide a brief description of the Applicant Agency’s experience and achievements that qualify the agency to conduct the project.

  • All records pertaining to the award of tenders, including bid notification, register pertaining to sale and receipt of bids, bid opening minutes, Bid Evaluation Reports; and all correspondence pertaining to bid evaluation, communication sent to/with the World Bank in the process, bid securities, approval of invitation/evaluation of bids by the State/District/Block and Village levels would be retained by the respective Implementing Agencies.

  • Accordingly, this Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) has been developed to serve as an instrument to guide the Implementing Agencies on undertaking necessary E&S due diligence on each sub-project.

  • Qualifications and Experience of Implementing Agencies: Provide a brief description of the agency’s experience and achievements that qualify the agency to conduct the project.

  • All records pertaining to the procurement, including bid notifications, register pertaining to sale and receipt of bids, bid opening minutes, Bid /Technical/Financial Evaluation Reports; and all correspondences pertaining to bid evaluation, communication sent to the World Bank in the process, bid securities (photocopies, if required to be released as per contract/bid), approval of invitation/evaluation of bids by all Implementing Agencies, minutes of meetings, etc.


More Definitions of Implementing Agencies

Implementing Agencies means, corporately, MoHILP, Ministry of Transport and Works, and NEMO, each separately having the responsibility for implementing specified activities under Parts A and B of the Project as set forth in Section I.A.3 of Schedule 2 to this Agreement.
Implementing Agencies means SUMATRA and TPA (all as hereinafter defined), and the termImplementing Agency” means either one of such Implementing Agencies;
Implementing Agencies means collectively GIFT, KILA (as hereinafter defined) and SIRD (as hereinafter defined).
Implementing Agencies means MoWHC (as hereinafter defined) and URA (as hereinafter defined); and the termImplementing Agency” means either one of such Implementing Agencies;
Implementing Agencies means INTA, INATEC and FCR (as hereinafter defined).
Implementing Agencies means, collectively, the Borrower's ministries and other governmental agencies and groups referred to in the Annex to Schedule 2 to this Agreement;
Implementing Agencies means the Ministries of Higher Education, Agriculture, Industry, Construction, Economic Development, Environment, Social Services, Ports, and Foreign Employment Promotion, the Department of Technical Education and Training, Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission, Vocational Training Authority, National Apprenticeship and Industrial Training Authority, University of Vocational Technology, National Institute of Fishery and Nautical Engineering, National Youth Service Council and any additional agencies, provided that these are identified in the SSDP as endorsed by the high level interministerial committee, and agreed by ADB;