Open Book Data definition

Open Book Data means complete and accurate financial and non-financial information which is sufficient to enable the Customer to verify the Call Off Contract Charges already paid or payable and Call Off Contract Charges forecast to be paid during the remainder of this Call Off Contract, including details and all assumptions relating to: the Supplier’s Costs broken down against each Good and/or Service and/or Deliverable, including actual capital expenditure (including capital replacement costs) and the unit cost and total actual costs of all goods and/or services; operating expenditure relating to the provision of the Goods and/or Services including an analysis showing: the unit costs and quantity of Goods and any other consumables and bought-in goods and/or services; manpower resources broken down into the number and grade/role of all Supplier Personnel (free of any contingency) together with a list of agreed rates against each manpower grade; a list of Costs underpinning those rates for each manpower grade, being the agreed rate less the Supplier’s Profit Margin; and Reimbursable Expenses, if allowed under the Call Off Order Form; Overheads; all interest, expenses and any other third party financing costs incurred in relation to the provision of the Goods and/or Services; the Supplier Profit achieved over the Call Off Contract Period and on an annual basis; confirmation that all methods of Cost apportionment and Overhead allocation are consistent with and not more onerous than such methods applied generally by the Supplier; an explanation of the type and value of risk and contingencies associated with the provision of the Goods and/or Services, including the amount of money attributed to each risk and/or contingency; and the actual Costs profile for each Service Period.
Open Book Data means complete and accurate financial and non-financial information which is sufficient to enable the Authority to verify the Charges already paid or payable and Charges forecast to be paid during the Panel Period and term of any Legal Services Contracts, including details and all assumptions relating to:
Open Book Data means complete and accurate financial and non-financial

Examples of Open Book Data in a sentence

The Authority may disclose such information under FOISA and the EIRs and may (except for Commercially Sensitive Information, Confidential Information,(subject to clause 17.3.3 and Open Book Data) publish such Information.

If the Supplier makes a notification to the Authority pursuant to Clause37.4, the Supplier shall respond promptly to the Authority's enquiries, co-operate with any investigation, and allow the Authority to audit any books, records and/or any other relevant documentation in accordance with Clause 15 (Records, Audit Access and Open Book Data).

If the Supplier makes a notification to the Authority pursuant to Clause40.4, the Supplier shall respond promptly to the Authority's enquiries, co-operate with any investigation, and allow the Authority to audit any books, records and/or any other relevant documentation in accordance with Clause 18 (Records, Audit Access and Open Book Data).

The Customer may disclose such information under the FOIA and the EIRs and may (except for Commercially Sensitive Information, Confidential Information (subject to Clause 34.3.7(c)) and Open Book Data) publish such Information.

The Authority may disclose such information under the FOIA and the EIRs and may (except for Commercially Sensitive Information, Confidential Information (subject to Clause 27.2.7(c)) and Open Book Data) publish such Information.


More Definitions of Open Book Data

Open Book Data means complete and accurate financial and non-
Open Book Data means complete and accurate financial and non‐financial information which is sufficient to enable DFID to verify the Charges already paid or payable and Charges forecast to be paid during the Term, including details and all assumptions relating to costs.
Open Book Data means complete and accurate financial and non-financial information which is sufficient to enable the Council to verify the expenditure of the Grant already spent or payable and payments forecast to be paid from the Grant during the remainder of the Term, including details and all assumptions relating to:
Open Book Data means complete and accurate financial information which
Open Book Data means the complete and accurate financial and non- financial information which is required by SDS to enable SDS to understand all COVID-19 related relief, grants, interventions or other measures received by the Recipient from the UK Government and other public sector bodies and to verify the amounts paid or the amounts which would have been paid during the Covid-19 Relief Period, including:
Open Book Data means the complete and accurate financial and non-financial information which is required by the authority to enable the authority to understand all COVID-19 related relief, grants, interventions or other measures received by the supplier from the Government and to verify the [charges] paid or the [charges] which would have been paid during the Covid Relief Period, including: the supplier’s [costs] broken down against each [deliverable], including actual capital expenditure (including capital replacement costs) and the unit cost and total actual costs of all hardware and software. operating expenditure relating to the provision of the [good] or [services] including an analysis showing: the unit costs and quantity of consumables and bought in services staff costs broken down into the number and grade/role of all [supplier personnel] together with a list of agreed rates against each manpower grade [reimbursable expenses] [overheads] all interest, expenses and any other third party financing costs incurred in relation to the provision of the [services] full details of the payment of employee wages full details of the payment of [sub-contractors].