Examples of School District/Public Entity in a sentence
The Contractor assigns to the School District/Public Entity any claim for overcharges resulting from antitrust violation the extent that those violations concern materials of services supplied by third parties to the Contractor toward fulfillment of this Contract.
Pursuant to ARS § 35-214, at any time during the term of this Contract and five (5) years thereafter, the Contractor’s or any Subcontractor’s books and records shall be subject to audit by the School District/Public Entity and, where applicable, the Federal Government, to the extent that the books and records relate to the performance of the Contract or Subcontract.
On delivery of nonconforming materials, the School District/Public Entity may terminate the Contract for default under applicable termination clauses in the Contract, exercise any of its remedies under the Uniform Commercial Code, or pursue any other right or remedy available to it.
The School District/Public Entity will not help the Offeror bring its statement of qualifications up to the level of other such statements through discussions.
If Arizona resident Offerors do not indicate taxes on a separate item in the Proposal, the School District/Public Entity will conclude that the price(s) offered includes all applicable taxes.
The School District/Public Entity shall also have the right to test at its own cost the materials to be supplied under this Contract.
The Contractor shall make notices to the School District/Public Entity required by the Contract to the Solicitation Contact Person indicated on the Solicitation cover sheet, unless otherwise stated in the Contract.
The School District/Public Entity shall make notices to the Contractor required by this Contract to the person indicated on the Offer and Acceptance form submitted by the Contractor unless otherwise stated in the Contract.
If the School District/Public Entity in good faith has reason to believe that the Contractor does not intend to, or is unable to perform or continue performing under this Contract, the Procurement Officer may demand in writing that the Contractor give a written assurance of intent to perform.
The School District/Public Entity is subject to all applicable state and local transaction privilege taxes.