Work Plan definition

Work Plan means a plan that describes each individual activity to be conducted to complete eligible activities and the associated costs of each individual activity.
Work Plan means the work plan established by agreement between Servicer and me pursuant to paragraphs C.11 through C.15 of Exhibit E.II. Introduction
Work Plan means the activities described in Exhibit B hereto as such description may be amended or supplemented from time-to-time.

Examples of Work Plan in a sentence

  • Financial ImpactThe proposed amendments, if recommended by this committee and approved by the Board of Trustees, will decrease the Wake Transit Work Plan by $392,873.

  • Essentially, a Work Plan and a Responsibility Chart will be developed for the NGO indicating every activity, deliverable and timeframe for completion of the work.

  • Based on the work plan discussion Annie McLean will provide a draft 2020 Work Plan for review at the next Planning Commission meeting.

  • The Agency will raise bills after completion of the event as per the Work Order and the approved Work Plan.

  • Proposed/Approved Work Plan Modifications None ITEM 5 PLANT AREAHILL 78 & BUILDING 71 CONSOLIDATION AREAS (GECD210/220)NOVEMBER 2010 * All activities described below for this item were conducted pursuant to the Consent Decree.


More Definitions of Work Plan

Work Plan means the work plan established by agreement between Servicer and me, and not objected to by the Monitoring Committee, pursuant to Paragraphs C.11 through C.15 of Exhibit E.II. Background
Work Plan means the document similar to the Commission work programme adopted by funding bodies entrusted with part of the implementation of Horizon 2020 in accordance with Article 9(2) of Regulation (EU) No XX/XX [Horizon 2020].2. For the purposes of this Regulation an entity which does not have legal personality under the applicable national law is assimilated to a legal entity provided that the conditions set out in Regulation (EU) No XX/2012 [the Financial Regulation] are complied with. 3. For the purposes of this Regulation, grant recipients shall not be considered funding bodies.