Technical Plan means the statement of work prepared for the development of the eSAS 2 Instrument, including the responsibilities to be performed by each Party, the responsibilities to be performed jointly, the schedule for performance of those responsibilities, an overall development timeline and a Resource Plan. The initial Technical Plan is attached hereto as Schedule 1.15. The Technical Plan may be amended from time to time in accordance with the provisions of Section 3 below. The Technical Plan, as it may be amended from time to time, shall be retained in the Binder under the heading Technical Plan, Revision , dated xx/xx/xx.
The planned resources, and the associated costs, will be broken out on a monthly basis and analyzed against the Resource Plan included within the Technical Plan, and reflected in the Budget.
Each such proposal shall describe (i) the Product Requirements Documents, (ii) the Software Requirements Specifications, (iii) the Technical Plan, (iv) the Resource Plan included within the Technical Plan, and (v) the Budget for the development of one module in the eSAS 2 Instrument system.
Through these activities, the project supports both flat-plate and concentrator PV technologies at the cell and module level, in all of the application targets and time frames identified in the DOE Solar Program Multi-Year Technical Plan.
If the Supervisory Board determines that the changes are sufficiently minor that they can be implemented under this West Nile Virus Addendum, then the parties shall implement the process more particularly described in Section 3.3 above, and the Supervisory Board may approve a new WNV Development Program, consisting of a new modified Product Requirements Document, Software Requirements Specifications, Technical Plan, Resource Plan and Budget, for the purpose of developing such changes.
At such time as the Parties (or, if applicable, the Supervisory Board) shall have accepted a modified eSAS 2 Development Program incorporating a Material Modification, or any portion thereof, the Parties shall evidence such agreement by initialing the revised Product Requirements Document, Software Requirements Specification, Technical Plan, Resource Plan or Budget, as applicable.