Third Party Contractor definition

Third Party Contractor as used in the Student Data Protection Act and “Operator” as used in COPPA. De-Identified Information (DII): De-Identification refers to the process by which the Contractor removes or obscures any Personally Identifiable Information (“PII”) from Education Records in a way that removes or minimizes the risk of disclosure of the identity of the individual and information about them.
Third Party Contractor means any person or entity, other than an educational agency, that receives student data or teacher or principal data from an educational agency pursuant to a contract or other written agreement for purposes of providing services to the educational agency, including but not limited to data management or storage services, conducting studies for or on behalf of the educational agency, or audit or evaluation of publicly funded programs. This term will include an educational partnership organization that receives student and/or teacher or principal data from a school district to carry out its responsibilities pursuant to Education Law Section 211-e and is not an educational agency, and a not-for-profit corporation or other nonprofit organization, other than an educational agency.
Third Party Contractor means any person or entity, other than an educational agency, that receives student data or teacher or principal data from an educational agency pursuant to a contract or other written agreement for purposes of providing services to the educational

Examples of Third Party Contractor in a sentence

  • Within the DPA the term "Contractor" includes the term "Third Party Contractor" as used in the Student Data Protection Act and "Operator" as used in COPPA.

  • As a condition of a third party contract award, the Recipient may require the Third Party Contractor or Subcontractor to have an affiliation with a labor organization, such as a Project Labor Agreement, consistent with Executive Order No. 13502, “Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction Projects,” February 6, 2009 (74 Fed.

  • As a condition of contract award, the Recipient may require a Third Party Contractor or Subcontractor to have an affiliation with a labor organization, such as a project labor agreement, consistent with Executive Order 13502, “Use of Project Labor Agreements for Federal Construction Projects,” February 6, 2009, 41 U.S.C. chapter 39, Refs.

  • Prior to or upon the Contractor receiving Licensed Data (whether from the Licensor or a Third Party Contractor pursuant to Clause 5.3), the Licensor will inform the Contractor in writing of the scope of the Licensor’s Licensed Use.

  • Prior to or upon the Contractor receiving Licensed Data (whether from the Licensor or a Third Party Contractor pursuant to Clause 5.5), the Licensor will inform the Contractor in writing of the scope of the Licensor’s Licensed Use.


More Definitions of Third Party Contractor

Third Party Contractor means a person who:
Third Party Contractor means any person or entity, other than a District, that receives student data or teacher or Principal data from the District pursuant to a contract or other written agreement for purposes of providing services to the District, including, but not limited to, data management or storage services, conducting studies for or on behalf of the District, or audit or evaluation of publicly funded programs. Such term shall include an educational partnership organization that receives student or teacher or Principal data from a school district to carry out its responsibilities pursuant to Education Law §211-e and is not a District, and a not-for-profit corporation or other nonprofit organization, other than a District. Parent means a parent, legal guardian, or person in parental relation to a student. These rights may not apply to parents of eligible students. Eligible Student means a student 18 years and older.
Third Party Contractor means any person or entity, other than an educational agency (i.e., a school, school district, BOCES or State Education Department), that receives student or teacher/principal PII from the educational agency pursuant to a contract or other written agreement for purposes of providing services to such educational agency, including but not limited to data management or storage services, conducting studies for or on behalf of the educational agency, or audit or evaluation of publicly funded programs. This includes an educational partnership organization that and receives student and/or teacher/principal PII from a school district to carry out its responsibilities pursuant to Education Law §211 e (for persistently lowest-achieving schools or schools under registration review) and is not an educational agency. This also includes a not-for-profit corporation or other nonprofit organization, other than an educational agency.
Third Party Contractor means a third party engaged and licensed by the Licensor pursuant to Clause 2.6 of the PSGA Member Licence.
Third Party Contractor means any person or entity, other than a District, that receives student data or teacher or Principal data from the District pursuant to a contract or other written agreement for purposes of providing services to the District, including, but not limited to, data management or storage services, conducting studies for or on behalf of the District, or audit or evaluation of publicly funded programs. Such term shall include an educational partnership organization that receives student or teacher or Principal data from a school district to carry out its responsibilities pursuant to Education Law §211-e and is not a District, and a not-for-profit corporation or other nonprofit organization, other than a District.
Third Party Contractor has the meaning set forth in Section 3.12(b).