Operational Period definition

Operational Period means the period starting with the date and time a Certificate is issued (or on a later date and time certain if stated in the Certificate) and ending with the date and time on which the Certificate expires or is earlier revoked.
Operational Period means the Certificate’s actual term of validity, beginning with the start of the Validity Period and ending on the earlier of: (i) the end of the Validity Period disclosed in the Certificate; or (ii) the revocation of the Certificate.
Operational Period means the period during which injection occurs.

Examples of Operational Period in a sentence

  • During the Operational Period, the IC is RESPONSIBLE for connections with the COT equipment.


More Definitions of Operational Period

Operational Period means the period of time scheduled for execution of a given set of operational actions as specified in the incident action plan. The operational period coincides with the completion of one planning cycle.
Operational Period means the period oftime during the Term, commencing on the Installation Date, during which the Program is functional in order to permit the issuance of Citations using the Redflex System.
Operational Period means [●];
Operational Period means the time scheduled for executing a given set of operation actions, as specified in the IAP, and can be of various lengths, although usually not over twenty-four (24) hours.
Operational Period has the meaning set forth in Section 3.4 of this Agreement.
Operational Period means the duration for which a Flexibility Service may be required by the Company which shall, in respect of each Flexibility Service requirement, and unless such Flexibility Service requirement or this Agreement is terminated earlier in accordance with its terms, be for a minimum period of one (1) year from the date of Contract Award in respect of such Flexibility Service requirement as may be extended in accordance with Clause 2.2;