(2) The day-to-day management and operations shall be controlled (as defined in 13 CFR 124.106) by persons who meet the criteria set out in paragraphs 1 (i) and (ii) of this definition. Recovered materials refer to waste and by-products recovered or diverted from solid waste, but the term does not include materials and by-products manufactured from an original manufacturing process and commonly reused in it. For use in subsection 11.3 for paper and paper products, see the definition in section 11.301. For the purposes of this Agreement, continuous service means that the recipients` continued activity with the Company or its parent or subsidiary, as those terms are defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act (each, an affiliate and a related company), whether as an employee, director or consultant, will not be interrupted or terminated. The Committee shall have the power to determine the period(s) for determining the status of parent company or subsidiary according to the above definition of `affiliated undertaking`. A change in the characteristic in which the recipient provides a service to the company or an affiliate as an employee, consultant or director, or a change in the company for which the recipient provides that service, unless there is an interruption or termination of the recipient`s service with the company or an affiliate, does not terminate the recipient`s continued service. For example, a change in status from employee of the company to consultant of a subsidiary or director does not constitute an interruption of continuous service. To the extent permitted by law, the Committee may, in its sole discretion, determine whether the continuation of service will be deemed to be interrupted in the event of leave approved by that Party, including sick leave, military leave or other personal leave. Notwithstanding the foregoing, leave will only be treated as a continuous service for power supply purposes to the extent provided for in the Company`s absence policy, under the written terms of any agreement or absence policy applicable to the recipient, or otherwise required by law. Advisory and support services are services provided under contracts entered into by non-governmental sources to support or improve: the development of organizational policy; decision-making; management and administration; Management and administration of programmes and/or projects; or R&D activities. It may also include providing professional advice or support to improve the effectiveness of federal management processes or procedures (including those of a technical and technical nature).
In the provision of the above-mentioned services, results may take the form of information, advice, opinions, alternatives, analyses, evaluations, recommendations, training and daily assistance to auxiliary personnel necessary for the successful conduct of ongoing federal operations. All advisory and assistance services are classified into one of the following subdivisions: In most cases, it is sufficient to specify that some companies are considered affiliated companies even if the corresponding legal relationships are not considered dominant. The Small Business Administration (SBA) determines affiliation in various ways: when in doubt, it is advisable to make explicit the inclusion or exclusion of a particular entity. This is normal for M&A agreements relating to private equity investors or mutual funds if they are 100% shareholders (i.e. because other portfolio investments may be inadvertently affected by a broad definition). In addition, the 50% threshold may be raised to exclude joint ventures and investments for which the partner shareholder has a blocking vote (in other words, if there is no „control“ within the meaning of accounting standards such as IFRS). (2) As used in this definition, the term „product“ does not include energy-using products or systems designed or purchased for combat or combat-related missions (42 U.S.C. 8259b). 1. A subset of consolidation that combines two or more requirements for supplies or services previously supplied or provided under separate smaller contracts (see point (2) of this definition) into a single contract, a multiple contract or an invitation to a task or a supply contract that may not be awarded to a small enterprise (even if it is likely to be awarded to a small business).
Unless otherwise provided in the contract, the seller or shipper bears the shipping costs and the risk of loss. For use in clause 52.247-34, see definition in 52.247-34(a). Small businesses owned by economically disadvantaged women (EDWOSB) (see the definition of the Women-Owned Small Business Program (WOSB) in this section). (1) For use in paragraph 9.4., see definition in 9.403. 2. Affiliated undertakings, as used in this definition, are commercial undertakings one of which directly or indirectly controls the others or has the power to control the others, or one or more third parties control the others or have the power to control them. In determining whether there is an affiliation, all appropriate factors are taken into account, including co-ownership, joint management and contractual relationships. The SBA determines affiliation based on factors 13 CFR 121.103. Parent topic: Federal Acquisition Regulation 2,000 Part Scope. (a) This part – (1) Defines the words and terms commonly used in far; (2) Provides references to other definitions in the FAR of the same word or term; and (3) Provides for the inclusion of these definitions in invitations and contracts by reference.
(b) Other parts, subsections and sections of these Rules (Chapter 1 of 48 CFR) may define other words or terms, and such definitions apply only to the part, subpart or section in which the word or term is defined. Subsection 2.1 – Definitions 2.101 Definitions. (a) a word or term defined in this Section has the same meaning in this Regulation (48 CFR Chapter 1), unless (1) the context in which the word or term is used clearly requires a different meaning; or (2) Another part, subsection or FAR section contains a different definition of that part or part of the exhibit. (b) If a word or term defined in this section is defined differently in another part, subdivision or section of these Regulations (Chapter 1 of 48 CFR), the definition in – (1) This section contains a reference to the other definitions; and (2) This Part, subdivision or division applies to the word or term when used in that part, subdivision or division. Acquisition is the contractual acquisition of supplies or services (including works) by and for the use of the Confederation by purchase or lease, whether the supplies or services already exist or are to be created, developed, proven and evaluated. Procurement begins when the organization`s needs are identified and includes a description of the requirements to meet the organization`s needs, source demand and selection, contract awarding, contract funding, contract performance, contract management, and technical and management functions directly related to the process of meeting the organization`s needs through a contract. Procurement planning refers to the process by which the efforts of all employees responsible for an acquisition are coordinated and integrated through a comprehensive plan to meet the needs of the organization in a timely manner and at a reasonable cost. It includes the development of the overall strategy for the management of the acquisition. The Activity Address Code (AAC) refers to a unique six-position code consisting of a combination of alphabetic and/or numeric characters assigned by the General Services Administration for civilian agencies and the Ministry of Defense for defense agencies to identify specific agency offices, units, activities, or organizations. Adequate evidence is sufficient information to support the reasonable assumption that a particular act or omission took place.
Advisory and support services are services provided under contracts entered into by non-governmental sources to support or improve: the development of organizational policy; decision-making; management and administration; Management and administration of programmes and/or projects; or R&D activities. It may also include providing professional advice or support to improve the effectiveness of federal management processes or procedures (including those of a technical and technical nature). In the provision of the above-mentioned services, results may take the form of information, advice, opinions, alternatives, analyses, evaluations, recommendations, training and daily assistance to auxiliary personnel necessary for the successful conduct of ongoing federal operations. All consulting and support services are divided into one of the following definition subdivisions: (1) Management and professional support services, i.e., contractual services that provide support, advice or training for the efficient and effective management and operation of organizations, activities (including management and support services for R&D activities) or systems. .