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SCOPE AND. IMPLEMENTATION Unless otherwise prevented by law, it is the intent of the parties that the parties may take part in joint purchase for goods, materials, equipment, supplies and services they may need to carry out their governmental functions, and that all parties will make reasonable efforts to allow the others to make purchases under its agreements. Any purchasing contract or purchase order shall be acknowledged by the supplier and shall be considered as being issued under this Agreement and shall be subject to all of the terms and conditions of this Agreement without the necessity of those being set out or specifically referred to in such purchasing contract or purchase order.
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Scope and Purpose 1.01 This document is intended to set out general guidelines and principles regarding child welfare sector integrations during the term of this agreement which are mandated by the Ministry and for which local Human Resources Adjustment Plans (HRAP) are required to be negotiated. Subject to the following terms, these principles will serve as the framework for the treatment of bargaining unit employees and will apply to subsequent negotiations with unions, as may be required, as part of an integration arising within the context of the Ontario Labour Relations Act (OLRA) or PSLRTA, whichever is applicable.
SCOPE AND RECOGNITION See the Local Provisions Appendix L2.
Scope and Application This Agreement governs the relationship between the Client and the Company and is electronically executed. The Client is required to accept these terms provided that it has read and agrees with the terms of the Agreement by checking and/or clicking the respective acceptance checkbox during the Online Account Opening Procedure which is further explained below. For the avoidance of any doubt, this Agreement has the same legal effect and confers the same legal rights upon the parties as if it had been signed. The Client hereby acknowledges and agrees that by completing and submitting the account opening documentation forms of the Company fully agrees to be abide by and bound by the terms set out in this Agreement.
Work Plan Coordinate a work plan including a list of the proposed meetings and coordination activities, and related tasks to be performed, a schedule and an estimate. The work plan must satisfy the requirements of the project and must be approved by the State prior to commencing work.
Project Plan Based on the Project Specifications, Omnicare CR has provided a description of services to be performed for Sponsor’s “A multi-centre, randomised, double-blind, parallel-group, vehicle-controlled study to determine the safety of PEP005 0.0025%, 0.01% and 0.05% gel with two treatment schedules, Day 1 and Day 2 or Day 1 and Day 8 applications to superficial basal cell carcinoma”. Protocol #PEP005-003 dated 28 February 2005 Version 2 Amendment #1 dated 9 June 2005 (hereinafter “the Project”) and associated costs. Changes made in the Project scope, at any time during the Project, will result in a corresponding adjustment to the Project costs.
Scope of Work The Contractor has overall responsibility for and shall provide and furnish all materials, equipment, tools and labor as necessary or reasonably inferable to complete the Work, or any phase of the Work, in accordance with the Owner’s requirements and the terms of the Contract Documents.
Timeline By October 1, 2019, each Party shall bind itself to the Trust Fund Agreement(s). The Trust Agreement will include: • How trustees are appointed and removed • Terms of a trustee’s appointment • Quorum requirements • Meeting requirements • Powers/ability to call a special meeting of the board • Votes and quorum requirements • Liability provisions • Specific provisions outlining the necessary authority for the trustees to manage and administer the State Worker Training Fund and Program • Investment provisions • Investment standards • Enforcement mechanisms for the Contribution Agreement • Specific provisions outlining terms for amendments, mergers, termination of the trust • Establishing benchmarks and metrics. The Trust will produce an annual progress report beginning June 2021 that includes an operating plan for the upcoming year and a report back on the operating benchmarks and metrics for approval by the State’s CCO and the Unions’ Executive Director. By December 1, 2019 the Parties will use best efforts within the legal framework of the Trust Board to adopt a detailed plan for Training Fund operation, including establishing specific training objectives, performance benchmarks, expected outcomes, and hire a Director. By February 1, 2020 the trust will set up a minimum of one (1) pilot and a goal of two (2) based on budget and plan.
SCOPE OF FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT 3.1 This Framework Agreement governs the relationship between the Authority and the Supplier in respect of the provision of the Services by the Supplier to the Authority and to Other Contracting Bodies.
Project Scope The physical scope of the Project shall be limited to only those capital improvements as described in Appendix A of this Agreement. In the event that circumstances require a change in such physical scope, the change must be approved by the District Committee, recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes, and provided to the OPWC Director for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.
Scope of the Project The scope of the Project (the “Scope of the Project”) shall mean and include, during the Concession Period: