1 INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT This Agreement is entered into as of by and between Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (hereinafter called Rensselaer"), a non-profit educational institution with a principal place of business at 110 Eighth Street, Troy, New York 12180, and (hereinafter called the "Contractor"), an independent contractor, with a principal place of business at. Article 1. Performance of Work (a) (b) (c) Drawing on his/her knowledge, experience, ability and technical expertise, the Contractor agrees to provide such consulting services necessary to the successful completion of the above mentioned contract as may be requested by Rensselaer. The specific items of work required to be performed is set forth with particularity in the Schedule of Work (see Exhibit A). Contractor shall use his/her best efforts to perform such work. The work to be performed herein shall be performed by Contractor as an independent contractor and not as an employee of Rensselaer. The Contractor will not be treated as an employee of Rensselaer for federal or state tax or other purposes, nor will Contractor be eligible for any Rensselaer employee benefits, including but not limited to workers' compensation and disability benefits. Contractor is solely responsible for the manner and means of the performance of the services to be provided herein and is solely responsible to supply and use his/her own tools or equipment that may be necessary for the performance of the work herein. Rensselaer s Principal Coordinator for this Agreement will be at its Department of. All services provided for herein shall be performed to the approval of such Principal Coordinator. Article 2. Term and Termination (a) The period of performance under this Agreement is specified as through, for which period funds are available and allotted. (b) Rensselaer may immediately terminate this Agreement based upon a breach of this Agreement by Contractor, by delivery of written notice thereof to Contractor at Contractor s address as noted above. Either party may also terminate this Agreement without cause on 30 days written notice, by notice delivered to the address of the parties as noted above; in such a case, Rensselaer will proportionately reimburse Contractor for all work expended up until the time of termination. Article 3. Allowable Costs and Payment (a) Maximum Amount and Limitation The cost of the total amount of the personnel, equipment, facilities, supplies and travel to perform the services specified herein shall not exceed. (b) Rate The services will be provided at a rate of per hour which rate includes payment-in-full for consulting and internal supporting materials and services at Contractor's facilities, as may be required. Such materials and services will include but not be limited to such things as typing and reproducing memoranda related to this assignment, but do not include travel expenses which will be reimbursed separately and supported by receipts.
2 (c) (d) Contractor hereby certifies that the rate quoted above is not higher than the rate customarily charged by the Contractor for similar services. Travel All travel will require the prior approval of, who will authorize both the person performing the travel and his/her destination(s). Travel expenses will be reimbursed in accordance with Rensselaer s policies as shown in Exhibit B. (e) Payment 1. Payment shall be made by Rensselaer for services rendered by the Contractor at the approved rate referred to above, subject to the approval of the Principal Coordinator. 2. Invoices shall be submitted by the Contractor, which invoices shall indicate: the nature of the services rendered (such as statistical analysis of data, participation on project advisory committees, performance of specified services, etc.); the dates (and hours, if applicable) that services were rendered; the relevance of the services to the project if not apparent from the nature of the services; Invoices shall be submitted to: Attn: Dept: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute P.O. Box Raleigh, NC Fax: (855) Other correspondence shall be submitted to: Procurement Services Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rice Building, 4 th Floor th Street Troy, New York (f) Confidentiality Contractor agrees to hold certain items identified by Rensselaer as Confidential Information, in accordance with the terms and conditions attached hereto as Exhibit C hereto. Article 4. General Provisions (a) Contractor shall provide such reports as requested by the Principal Coordinator.
3 (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) This Agreement may not be assigned in whole or in part without the prior consent of Rensselaer. All Contractors performing services for Rensselaer or providing transportation services for Rensselaer shall provide and maintain insurance to indemnify Rensselaer as provided in Article 11 of Rensselaer s General Terms and Conditions (Exhibit D) and in Article 4(d) below. Such insurance shall be demonstrated by providing a copy of certificates of insurance and insurance policy endorsements naming Rensselaer as an additional insured with firstparty benefits. These certificates and policies with endorsements must be electronically transmitted to: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Risk Management, Troy Bldg. 3 rd Floor, th Street, Troy, New York ; Contractors are not to commence work or services for Rensselaer prior to the submission of proof of adequate insurance. Contractor agrees to indemnify Rensselaer and to hold Rensselaer harmless from and against all claims, liability, loss, damage and expenses (including but not limited to legal fees) arising from or due to any claim (including but not limited to any claim based on trademark, patent, or copyright infringement or alleged infringement) with respect to all or any part of the goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this agreement, and any litigation based on any such claim. Contractor shall, at Contractor s sole cost and expense, defend any such litigation brought against Rensselaer. Contractor s obligation under this paragraph shall survive Rensselaer's acceptance of, and payment for, the goods, products, systems, services and/or work. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of New York without regard to its rules concerning conflicts of laws and the parties hereto consent to the jurisdiction of either New York State Courts or US District Court for the Northern District of New York for any disputes arising hereunder, with venue to be established in either Albany or Rensselaer County, New York. Contractor warrants and represents that he or she has the full right to enter into and execute this Agreement and to undertake the obligations set forth herein. This document contains the entire Agreement of the parties, and may not be altered or amended except by a subsequent document signed by both parties. Rensselaer s General Terms and Conditions, a copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit D, is incorporated herein by reference, except to the extent expressly amended, superseded or contradicted by an express provision contained in this Independent Contractor Agreement. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the day and year first above written. RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE CONTRACTOR By: Title: Date: Date:
4 Exhibit A STATEMENT OF WORK
5 Exhibit B RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE Current Travel Policy TRAVEL POLICY FOR OFFICIAL BUSINESS Each traveler will be reimbursed for all necessary and reasonable expenses incurred in connection with approved travel on University business, subject to the subsistence and lodging limitations and the professional meeting limitations set forth in the current travel policy. All reimbursable travel must be authorized in advance of the trip by the person in charge of the department of budgetary unit against which the travel will be charged. The rates and policies are set forth in the current travel policy of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, which may be amended from time to time.
6 Exhibit C RENSSELAER CONFIDENTIALITY TERMS 1. RENSSELAER (hereinafter Disclosing Party ) intends to disclose to Contractor (hereinafter Receiving Party ) certain information that the Disclosing Party believes and expresses to Receiving Party to be proprietary and confidential. 2. Receiving Party is willing, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, to hold in confidence such proprietary and confidential information of the Disclosing Party. 3. Information disclosed under this Agreement includes Information disclosed to the Receiving Party as deemed necessary by the Disclosing Party and only for the limited purpose of enabling the Receiving Party to comply with his obligations under the attached Independent Contractor Agreement with Disclosing Party. 4. The term Information as used herein shall mean, by way of example but not by way of limitation, data, diagrams, processes and methodologies, tools, technological developments of any kind and nature, in each and every case, whether or not patentable or susceptible to any other form of legal protection, and relating generally or specifically to the Disclosure s research and innovation activities. 5. The term Confidential Information or Proprietary Information as used herein means all Information owned or controlled by the Disclosing Party supplied to or obtained by the Receiving Party. Any information disclosed by either the party and designated Confidential or Proprietary by the Disclosing Party at the time of disclosure shall be treated by the Receiving Party as set forth in the Agreement. Where the confidential information has not been or cannot be reduced to written form or recorded on reproducible media (tape, disc) at the time of disclosure and such disclosure is made orally and with prior assertion of proprietary rights therein, such orally disclosed information shall be protected in accordance with this agreement, provided that the Disclosing Party furnishes the Receiving Party a complete written summary per Section This Agreement covers only Information disclosed during the term of the attached Independent Contractor Agreement. 7. Receiving Party's obligation shall expire five (5) years from Effective Date. 8. Receiving Party agrees to: (a) maintain Information in confidence and not disclose Information to any third party except as expressly provided in this Agreement; (b) not use Information except as provided for in Section 4; (c) use the same degree of care, but no less than a reasonable degree of care as the Recipient uses to protect its own confidential information of a like nature to prevent disclosure of Information to third parties. 9. Receiving Party's obligations shall apply only to Information that is: (a) disclosed in tangible form (written, recorded on reproducible media, etc.) and is clearly and obviously identified as Confidential or Proprietary at the time of disclosure, or (b) disclosed initially in non-tangible form and identified as confidential at the time of disclosure and within twenty (20) days of the initial disclosure, is summarized and designated as Confidential in writing by the Disclosing Party and delivered to Receiving Party; (c) the Receiving Party shall not disclose such Information to anyone except its officers and employees, who shall be informed of the confidential nature of the Information. 10. Receiving Party has no obligation with respect to any Information disclosed hereunder which: (a) was in Receiving Party's possession before receipt from Disclosing Party, (b) is or becomes a matter of general public knowledge through no fault of Receiving Party,
7 (c) is rightfully received by Receiving Party from a third party without an obligation of confidence, (d) is disclosed by Disclosing Party to a third party without an obligation of confidence of the third party, (e) is independently developed by Receiving Party; or (f) is disclosed without obligation of confidence under operation of law, governmental regulation, or court order, provided Receiving Party first gives Disclosing Party notice and uses all reasonable efforts to secure confidential protection of such information. 11. All Information shall be provided by the Disclosing Party in good faith. Disclosing Party shall not be liable for any damages arising out of the use by the Receiving Party of Information that was provided for the purpose set forth in Section The Receiving Party retains the right to refuse to accept any confidential information of the other party that the Receiving Party considers to be nonessential to the completion of the Research Program or that the Receiving Party believes to be improperly designated. 13. Neither party transfers any rights in Information. No rights are granted under any intellectual property rights of either party. This Agreement does not create any other obligations, including agency or partnership obligations, between parties. This Agreement does not constitute an offer to sell Information. 14. Receiving Party may disclose Information received from Disclosing Party to employees, consultants or third party contractors on a need-to-know-basis, subject to confidentiality terms consistent with this Agreement. Receiving Party warrants that employees, consultants or third party contractors shall comply with the terms of this Agreement. 15. All written materials with Information, both originals and copies, provided by Disclosing Party to the Receiving Party, shall be returned to the Disclosing Party, upon request. 16. This Agreement can only be changed by a written document signed by all parties. 17. This Agreement shall be governed according to laws of New York State. 18. The terms of this Agreement shall become effective upon the Effective Date of the Independent Contractor Agreement when executed by all parties.
8 Exhibit D RENSSELAER GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. ORDER AND CONTRACT: This purchase order shall not be valid unless it has been processed by Rensselaer's Procurement Services Department and authorized by Rensselaer. The proper purchase order number and coding will be assigned and authorized. In case of invalid purchase order, Rensselaer shall not be responsible for payment. PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER MUST APPEAR ON ALL CORRESPONDENCE. 2. RISK OF LOSS: Risk of loss shall not pass to Rensselaer until all goods, products and/or systems covered by this purchase order shall have been actually received and accepted by Rensselaer at the destination specified herein. Supplier assumes full responsibility for packing, crating, marking and transportation of all goods, products and/or systems covered by this purchase order, and full liability for loss or damage of any goods, products and/or systems in transit, notwithstanding (i) any specification herein of the method of such packing, crating, marking and/or transportation and/or (ii) any agreement by Rensselaer to pay freight, express, or other transportation charges. 3. TIME OF DELIVERY: Delivery hereunder must be made on or before the date specified in this purchase order (or, if no delivery date is specified elsewhere in this purchase order, delivery shall be made within a reasonable time, and in any event within one hundred twenty  days from the date of this purchase order). Time of delivery is of the essence. If any delivery date(s) cannot be met, Supplier must inform Rensselaer immediately. Such notification shall not, however, constitute a change to the delivery terms of this purchase order, unless agreed to by Rensselaer. 4. IMPROPER DELIVERY OR PERFORMANCE: In addition to other rights and remedies provided under other provisions of this purchase order, or by applicable law, Rensselaer shall have the right to refuse any goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this purchase order, and to cancel all or any part of this purchase order, if Supplier fails to deliver or perform with regard to all or any part of such goods, products, systems, services and/or work in accordance with the terms and conditions of this purchase order. Rensselaer's acceptance of and/or payment for any part of the goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this purchase order shall not bind Rensselaer to accept, or to pay for, any future goods, products, systems, services and/or work, and shall not deprive Rensselaer of the right to return any goods, products, systems, services and/or work already accepted and/or paid for by Rensselaer and shall not constitute a waiver of any rights of Rensselaer. 5. WARRANTIES: In addition to all other warranties made in other parts of this purchase order, or pursuant to applicable law, Supplier expressly warrants all goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this purchase order to be merchantable, to be fit for the purpose intended by Rensselaer, to be free from defects in material and workmanship, and to be of the quality, size and dimensions represented and/or ordered. No warranty shall be deemed waived by reason of Rensselaer's acceptance of, or payment for, any goods, products, systems, services and/or work. 6. SAFE AND LAWFUL PERFORMANCE: All goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this purchase order must comply with all applicable governmental laws, rules, regulations, codes and ordinances, including but not limited to OSHA, ANSI, EPA and ENCON. Supplier certifies to this requirement and Supplier hereby warrants that the goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this purchase order comply (and will comply) with this requirement. In the event of any violation by Supplier of this requirement, then in addition to all other rights and remedies available to Rensselaer by reason of such violation, Rensselaer shall have the right, at its sole option, to order cessation of performance of all or any part of this purchase order, and Rensselaer shall have no liability whatsoever to Supplier, or to any other person or entity, by reason of any such interruption. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed as making Rensselaer responsible for monitoring Supplier's compliance with this requirement, nor as imposing any obligation upon Rensselaer to see to Supplier's compliance with this requirement, nor as imposing any liability upon Rensselaer for any damages resulting from any failure by Supplier to comply with this requirement. 7. ASSIGNMENT, SUBCONTRACTING: Neither party shall have any right to assign this purchase order or any benefits arising from this purchase order without prior written consent of the other party and, unless otherwise agreed upon by the non-assigning party in writing, the right of any assignee shall be subject to all setoffs, counterclaims, and other comparable rights arising hereunder. 8. INDEMNIFICATION: To the fullest extent permitted by law, Supplier agrees to indemnify Rensselaer, its trustees, officers, employees, students and agents, and to hold Rensselaer and each of the foregoing harmless from and against all claims, liability, causes of action, actions, judgments, loss, and damages of any and every kind and nature, hereinafter Claims, and expenses (including but not limited to reasonable legal fees and expert fees) arising directly or indirectly from or due to any Claim(s) with respect to all or any part of the goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this purchase order. Upon the written request of Rensselaer, Supplier shall, at Supplier's sole cost and expense, defend any such Claim(s) or litigation brought against Rensselaer. Supplier's obligation under this paragraph shall survive Rensselaer's acceptance of, and payment for, the goods, products, systems, services and/or work. 9. CHANGES: Rensselaer may, at any time, by an authorized order, and without notice to the sureties, make changes to the general scope of this purchase order in any one or more of the following: (i) drawings, designs, or specifications; (ii) method of shipment or packing; and (iii) place of delivery. If any such change causes an increase or decrease in the cost of, or in the time required for the delivery or performance of, any part of the goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this purchase order, an equitable adjustment shall be made in the price, or the delivery schedule, or both, specified in this purchase order, and this purchase order shall be modified in writing accordingly. Any claim by Supplier for adjustment under this clause must be asserted within 30 days from the date of receipt by Supplier of the notification of change. Where the cost of property made obsolete or excess as a result of a change is included in the Supplier's claim for adjustment, Rensselaer shall have the right to prescribe the manner of disposition of such property. However, nothing in this clause shall excuse Supplier from proceeding with this purchase order as changed. 10. INSPECTIONS: Supplier shall issue an Inspection Report on the performance of the equipment before equipment is shipped to Rensselaer. Rensselaer shall have the right (but not the obligation) to inspect the goods, products, systems, services and/or work covered by this purchase order and the activities of Supplier under this purchase order, in such manner and at such reasonable time(s) as Rensselaer may deem appropriate. Final inspection shall be at Rensselaer's premises unless otherwise agreed by Rensselaer in writing. Any goods, products, systems, services and/or work rejected as not conforming to this purchase order shall be returned at Supplier's expense, including transportation and handling charges, if any. 11. INSURANCE: Suppliers performing services for Rensselaer or providing transportation services for Rensselaer shall provide and maintain insurance to indemnify Rensselaer as provided below. A. All Supplier-provided insurance must be considered to be primary for allegations of negligence arising from the acts or performance of the Supplier in fulfilling any work order. Such insurance shall be demonstrated by providing a copy of certificates of insurance and insurance policies with endorsements naming Rensselaer as an additional insured with first-party rights and benefits without contribution by Rensselaer or its insurance
9 carriers. These certificates and policies or endorsements must be mailed or electronically transmitted to: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Risk Management, Troy Bldg. 3 rd Floor, th Street, Troy, New York ; B. Suppliers are not to commence work or services for Rensselaer prior to the submission of proof of adequate insurance. C. Unless otherwise directed in writing, Rensselaer s minimum insurance requirements are as follows: 1. Comprehensive General Liability: $2,000, per occurrence, $2,000,000 aggregate. High risk activities, including but not limited to: construction, transportation, or boat charters may, in the sole discretion of Rensselaer, require higher limits. Suppliers should consult Rensselaer Risk Management if services being provided could be considered high risk. 2. Comprehensive Automobile Liability: Supplier s owned, non-owned, and hired autos are subject to a combined single limit of $1,000, for each occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. Rensselaer requires limits of $5,000, for any bus, charter, chauffeur or limousine services. 3. Statutory Workers Compensation: Insurance must be provided and maintained pursuant to the laws of the State of New York or the State of Connecticut [as appropriate to the Rensselaer campus ordering the service] and any other laws that may be applicable. This coverage is required for all Suppliers providing services to Rensselaer. Insurance from other states may be substituted by individuals who are residents of other states but working for Rensselaer on a temporary basis in New York or Connecticut. D. These minimum requirements of Rensselaer shall not limit the liability or responsibility of the Supplier. Rensselaer s failure to enforce any contractual obligation of a Supplier shall not be considered to be a waiver of the requirement. Any changes to these requirements shall be enforceable only if made in writing by authorized signatories of both parties. 12. CANCELLATION: Upon Supplier s failure to perform any of its obligations hereunder, Rensselaer may cancel this purchase order in whole or in part. Upon notice of such termination, Supplier shall immediately stop all work, including shipment of goods under this purchase order and cause its suppliers and/or subcontractors to cease their work for this purchase order. In addition, but without limiting the foregoing, should this purchase order be unfilled, in whole or in part, as the delivery dates specified herein (or, if no delivery date is specified herein, within a reasonable time after the date of this purchase order, and in any event within ninety (90) days from the date of this purchase order), then in addition to all other rights and remedies available to Rensselaer by reason of such default, Rensselaer shall have the right to cancel this purchase order, either in whole or in part by giving Supplier notice of such cancellation. In the event of cancellation by Rensselaer, Rensselaer shall have no liability hereunder other than to pay for any usable portion of the goods, products, systems, services and /or other work delivered or performed by Supplier, and accepted by Rensselaer, prior to such cancellation. Without limiting the scope or generality of the preceding portions of this paragraph, it is understood and agreed that back orders not fully delivered or performed within ninety (90) days from the date of this purchaser order are subject to cancellation by Rensselaer. Rensselaer may also terminate this purchase order in whole or in part upon seven (7) days written notice if Supplier fails to comply with any material term or condition of this purchase order or fails to comply in a material way with the requirements of this purchase order. Late delivery of goods or services or delivery of goods or services that are defective or do not conform to this purchase order shall be, without limitation, causes allowing Rensselaer to terminate. In this event, Rensselaer will not be liable for any amounts, but Supplier shall be liable to Rensselaer for all losses, damages and expenses, including, without limitation, the excess cost of reprocuring similar goods or services; shipping charges for any items Rensselaer may return to Supplier, including items already delivered, but for which Rensselaer no longer has any use because of Supplier's default; and amounts paid by Rensselaer for any items Rensselaer has received but returns to Supplier. 13. TAXES: Except as may be otherwise expressly provided in this purchase order, the price includes all applicable Federal, State, and local taxes and duties. Supplier warrants and represents that Supplier has any and all authorizations, licenses and/or permits required to collect such taxes and duties, and Supplier agrees that Supplier shall remit the appropriate taxes and duties to the appropriate taxing authorities on or before the date on which such taxes and duties shall be due. Supplier shall indemnify Rensselaer and hold Rensselaer harmless from any liability, loss, damage and expenses (including but not limited to legal fees) arising from or due to any default or breach by Supplier under this paragraph. 14. DISPUTES: This purchase order shall be construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of New York; and any legal action or proceeding concerning this purchase order shall be brought in New York State (and venued in Rensselaer County, in the case of any New York State court action or proceeding, and in the Northern District of New York, Albany Division, in the case of any Federal Court action or proceeding). 15. RIGHT TO WITHHOLD PAYMENT: In the event that Rensselaer receives notification (oral or written, formal or informal) that a subcontractor of Supplier claims that such subcontractor is owed payment by Supplier for goods, products and/or systems provided, or services and/or work performed, in furtherance of this purchase order, then in addition to all other rights and remedies available to Rensselaer, Rensselaer shall have the right (but not the obligation) to withhold any payment due Supplier until settlement of the dispute between Supplier and such subcontractor. In no event shall Rensselaer be required to withhold any such payment, and in no event shall Rensselaer be liable to any subcontractor by reason of any failure or refusal by Rensselaer to withhold any such payment. 16. USE OF THE NAME OF RENSSELAER: The Supplier agrees not to use the name, logo, servicemark or trademark of Rensselaer, or the name, image or likeness of any Rensselaer-owned property or of any of Rensselaer's students or employees, in sales promotion work or advertising, or in any form of publicity, without the written permission of Rensselaer. 17. EXAMINATION: Supplier agrees that the Comptroller General of the United States or any of his duly authorized representatives shall, until the expiration of three years after final payment under this purchase order, have access to and the right to examine any directly pertinent books, documents, papers, and records of the Supplier involving transactions related to this purchase order. This paragraph applies only to purchase orders exceeding $2,500 and does not apply to purchase orders for public utility services at rates established for uniform applicability to the general public. 18. EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: This purchase order is subject to the requirements of Executive Order and the rules, regulations, and orders of the Secretary of Labor in promoting equal employment opportunities. 19. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR DISABLED VETERANS & VETERANS OF THE VIETNAM ERA: This purchase order is subject to the requirements of Public Laws and , Executive Order 11701, and the regulations of the Secretary of Labor in promoting employment opportunities for disabled and Vietnam veterans. 20. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR HANDICAPPED WORKERS: This purchase order is subject to the requirements of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Public Laws and , Executive Order and the regulations of the Secretary of Labor in promoting affirmative action in employment of the handicapped. 21. CONTRACT WORK HOURS AND SAFETY STANDARDS ACT - OVERTIME COMPENSATION: This purchase order, to the extent that it is of a character specified in the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (40 USC ), is subject to the provisions of the Act, including overtime requirements and penalties for violation thereof.
10 22. ANTI-KICKBACK: Rensselaer complies with all provisions of the Anti-Kickback Act of 1986 (41 USC 51-58) and all regulations published regarding the Act. Any violation must be reported to the Rensselaer immediately. Supplier agrees, by accepting this purchase order, to also comply with all provisions of the Act and all regulations regarding the Act and to reprint this paragraph in its subcontracts. 23. REQUIRED NOTICES TO SUPPLIER'S EMPLOYEES UNDER FEDERAL LAW: This purchase order is subject to the requirement of Executive Order and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder at 29 CFR Part 470 which may require Supplier to provide required notices advising its employees of their rights under federal law pertaining to union membership. 24. SUBCONTRACTS: Supplier agrees to insert the provisions of paragraphs 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, and 23 into all subcontracts. 25. ACCEPTANCE ENTIRE AGREEMENT CAPTIONS: This purchase order constitutes the entire agreement between Rensselaer and Supplier. Any and all prior offers by Rensselaer are withdrawn, and any and all prior offers by Supplier are rejected. Without regard to any provision to the contrary which may be contained in any form or document provided or to be provided by Supplier, Supplier s acceptance of this offer (i) shall be evidenced by Supplier s written acknowledgment of this purchase order (including but not limited to, electronic acknowledgment), or by Supplier s full or partial performance of this purchase offer, and (ii) shall be deemed to be Supplier s unqualified and unconditional acceptance of this purchase order and of all terms and conditions of this purchase order, without addition, deletion or other modification of any kind. In the event of any conflict between any term or provision set forth in this purchase order and any term or provision set forth in any document provided or to be provided by Supplier in connection with this transaction, the term or provision set forth in this purchase order shall control. Captions in this purchase order are for convenience only, and do not define, limit or expand the meaning of the captioned provisions. Any modification of this purchase order shall only be effective only if made in writing and executed by the authorized signatories of both parties. July, 2014
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SMARSH WEBSITE & HOSTING REPRESENTATIVE TERMS & CONDITIONS This Webhosting & Services Terms and Conditions ( Terms ) are effective as of the date of execution of the Order Form, as defined in Section 1,
Douglas County School District Re.1 Castle Rock, Colorado CONSULTANT AGREEMENT This agreement, dated effective as of is made and entered into by and between the Douglas County School District Re.1, Douglas
Flexible Circuits Inc. Purchase Order Standard Terms and Conditions 1. Acceptance- This writing, together with any attachments incorporated herein, constitutes the final, complete, and exclusive contract
Columbia University Agreement Agreement ( Agreement ) dated as of, 20 (the Effective Date ) between The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York ( Columbia ) and ( Service Provider ). 1.
STUDENT LOAN DEFAULT MANAGEMENT SERVICES AGREEMENT Between and HARRISBURG AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE This Agreement is made between Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC), whose primary address is One HACC
PRODUCT SALES AGREEMENT This Product Sales Agreement (this Agreement ) is made as of the day of, 201, by and between Georgia Tech Applied Research Corporation, a Georgia non-profit corporation ( Seller
STATE OF GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION OPEN AGENCY SERVICE CONTRACT Contract #: Total Obligation: AGREEMENT BETWEEN: The Georgia Department of Transportation s location identified in Paragraph 101A
SECTION 2 THE BOEING COMPANY GENERAL PROVISIONS FIXED PRICE SERVICES CONTRACT GP2 SECTION 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS THE BOEING COMPANY GENERAL PROVISIONS FIXED PRICE SERVICES CONTRACT - GP2 1. FORMATION OF CONTRACT.
THIS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR SERVICES AGREEMENT (this Agreement ) is made this day of, 20 (the Effective Date ), regardless of the date of execution, by and between Sierra Field Services, Inc., a Nevada
Master Software Purchase Agreement This Master Software Purchase Agreement ( Agreement ) is entered into as of Wednesday, March 12, 2014 (the Effective Date ) by and between with principal offices at (
CONSULTANT AGREEMENT THIS CONSULTANT S AGREEMENT (the Agreement ) is effective this day of, 2011, by and between the TOWN OF UNIVERSITY PARK (the Town ), a municipal corporation of the State of Maryland,
BENTON COUNTY PERSONAL SERVICES CONTRACT This is an agreement by and between BENTON COUNTY, OREGON, a political subdivision of the State of Oregon, hereinafter called COUNTY, and, hereinafter called CONTRACTOR.
Freelancer Agreement If a Client and a Freelancer enter an independent contractor relationship, then this Freelancer Agreement ( Freelancer Agreement ) will apply. This Agreement is effective as of March
MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SMALL PROCUREMENT CONTRACT (FOR CONTRACTS OF $25,000 OR LESS) [Insert Contract Name and No.] THIS CONTRACT (the Contract ) is made as of the day
THIS AGREEMENT ( Agreement ) is made this day of, 20xx, by and between, with its principal place of business at referred to hereinafter as Buyer, and, with its principal office at, hereinafter referred
KERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT AGREEMENT WITH INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR This Agreement is entered into by and between the Kern Community College District, on behalf of (Check One): District Office Bakersfield
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA WAKE COUNTY Rev. 3/14 NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY MASSAGE THERAPIST AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT ( Agreement ) is made by and between ( Contractor ), and North Carolina State University,
AGREEMENT FOR CONSULTING SERVICES () Consulting Agreement Number CA###-####-#### IIT PURCHASE ORDER NO. ** THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into as of this day of, 20 (the Effective Date ) by and between
TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Definitions. Buyer means the person, corporation or other entity purchasing Products from Seller. Products means all goods and materials to be provided pursuant to this Sales Acknowledgment.
Memorandum Important information related to requirements of state or local laws to include additional provisions in residential construction contracts Potentially Affected AIA Contract Documents AIA Document
Geomant Americas Inc. END USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT 1.Definitions. The following terms are defined for the purposes of this Agreement as follows: (a) Client shall mean any Reseller provided client
HOFSTRA UNIVERSITY Name of Contractor: Address: Social Security or Tax I.D. Number: Independent Contractor Agreement THIS INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT (together with any attachments referred to below,
PURCHASE TERMS & CONDITIONS (EFFECTIVE MAY 23, 2014) 1. ACCEPTANCE OF CONTRACT: Campbell Hausfeld ( Buyer ) is not bound by any purchase order until Seller executes and returns to Buyer the acknowledgment
MASTER AGREEMENT FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this day of, 2007, by and between the University of Washington ( Owner ) and, ( Project
Page 1 of 6 ZOETIS STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS INTERPRETATION AND DEFINITIONS : "the Purchase Order" means Zoetis's relevant order for the supply of Goods and/or Services by the Seller. the Buyer means
Infineon Technologies North America Corp. Terms and Conditions of Sale 1. GENERAL 1.1 Contract Terms. These Terms and Conditions of Sale (the Agreement ) shall apply to any offer made by Infineon Technologies
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF CRESTWOOD, MO AND BIEG PLUMBING COMPANY FOR ON-CALL PLUMBING SERVICE FOR THE PERIOD JANUARY 1, 2014 TO DECEMBER 31, 2015 AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT, is made and entered into
PURCHASE TERMS & CONDITIONS North America (Houston, Texas) 1. Acceptance. Any acceptance of any offer by the seller (ʺSellerʺ) is limited to acceptance by Seller of all the additional and different terms
AGREEMENT EMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Job Description: Contract No.: Consultant: GLY Job No.: Document No.: THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this hereinafter referred to as Contractor, and professional
Consulting Master Services Agreement THIS CONSULTING AGREEMENT (this Agreement ), made and entered into this 21st day of June, 2002, by and between PrimeContractor, a StateName EntityType, its successors
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS A. Client commitment: Client agrees to allocate time and process information, as needed, during the duration of the project. Client agrees to review the
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COUNTY OF TEHAMA AND TAX SALE SERVICES OF CALIFORNIA, LLC This agreement is entered into between the Tehama County Tax Collector, ( County ) and Tax Sale Services of California, LLC.
` SUBCONTRACTOR: PHONE PROJECT: LOCATION: Page 1 of 6 SUBCONTRACT (SHORT FORM) JOB NO.: COST CODE: PRICE: This agreement is made and effective, by and between SUN CONSTRUCTION & FACILITY SERVICES, INC.
Neustar Referral Partnership Agreement This NEUSTAR REFERRAL AFFILIATE PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT ( Agreement ) is made and entered into between Neustar, Inc. a Delaware Corporation, located at 46000 Center
NON EXCLUSIVE BROKER REFERRAL AGREEMENT THIS NON-EXCLUSIVE BROKER REFERRAL AGREEMENT (this Broker Contract ) is made this day of, 2013 by and between [NAME] (herein after called the "IFPG FRANCHISE CONSULTANT/BROKER
AGENT AGREEMENT This Agent Agreement ( Agreement ) is made on this day of, 2009, by and between Krascar International Travel Club, Inc (hereinafter referred to as Company ) located at 1162 St Georges Ave
P.O. Box 889 394 NE Hemlock Redmond, OR 97756 BROKER AND CARRIER AGREEMENT All loads tendered by Central Oregon Truck Company ("Broker") and accepted for transportation by third party carriers ("Carrier")
Form: Independent Contractor Agreement Computer Software Engineer Description: This is a sample form of Independent Contractor Agreement between a company and a computer software engineer who will provide
Terms and Conditions for Purchase Orders for Recycling Materials This Agreement is made by and between AEROJET-GENERAL CORPORATION, an Ohio corporation with a place of business at Rancho Cordova, California
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN RIVERSIDE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT and CITY OF RIVERSIDE THIS MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ( MOU ) is made and entered into this day of, 2012 ( Effective Date ), by
Page 1 of 6 Michigan Bell Telephone Company, a Michigan corporation (hereinafter Licensor ), agrees to provide Intellectual Property/Proprietary Information (hereinafter IP/PI) to SNET America, Inc., a
APPENDIX A ASBESTOS/LEAD SURVEY AND CONSULTING AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN NEW YORK UNIVERSITY / NYU HOSPITALS CENTER - OWNER - AND - CONSULTANT - --------- PROJECT DATED AS OF ASBESTOS/LEAD SURVEY AND CONSULTING
AGREEMENT FOR PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYING SERVICES This Agreement, made as of the 29 th day of January, 1999, by and between the County of Wake (hereinafter, the "Owner") and McKim & Creed Engineers, P.A.,
AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO and PROJECT ARCHITECT for A PROJECT OF LIMITED SIZE OR SCOPE This Agreement is made as of, 20 (the Effective Date ), by and
INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT This Independent Contractor Agreement ("Agreement") is made and effective this day of, 20. BETWEEN: (the "Independent Contractor"), a company organized and existing under
CONTENT LICENSE & PHOTOGRAPER REPRENTATION AGREEMENT This is a fairly lengthy document, and it contains many important provisions that affect your rights and obligations. By accepting this agreement, you
SUBMISSION AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is entered and effective as of, 20, by and between SHURTECH BRANDS, LLC, a North Carolina limited liability company, having offices at 32150 Just Imagine Drive, Avon,
INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS This Independent Contractor Agreement ( Agreement ) is made this day of, 20, between Purdue University, its employees, officers, trustees, affiliates,
WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT This WEB SITE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is an agreement between 3WDirect ("Company") and the party set forth in the related order form ("Customer" or "you") incorporated
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions "Avanade" means Avanade Asia Pte Ltd (Company Registration No.: 20005969E), a company incorporated in Singapore, having its offices at 238A Thomson Road, #25-01 Novena
COMPUTER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY MANAGED SERVICES AGREEMENT This Computer and Information Technology Services Agreement is made as of the day of, between Crown Networking Consultants, Inc. (CNC Inc.),
Quotations, Purchase Orders, Acknowledgements, Packing Lists/Slips, Invoices & Credits All quotations of Seller ( Quotations ) and purchase orders of Buyer ( Purchase Orders ) shall be subject to these
CONSULTING AGREEMENT Agreement No. 2000398 Agreement dated 3/28/2000 by and between UserEdge Technical Personnel. ("USEREDGE") and CONSULTANT S CO., Tax ID No.99-9999999, including individually and collectively,
INDEPENDENT VIRTUAL ASSISTANT AGREEMENT (Company) This Independent Virtual Assistant Agreement ( Agreement ) is entered into as of,, by and between, with a principal place of business at ( Company ), and,
Dear Valued Customer, Below is an overview of the Molex lease process as it applies to Molex Application Tooling equipment. Lease process: Molex does not offer leases for all of the equipment that we promote.
AGREEMENT BETWEEN COUNTY AND CONTRACTOR FOR GOODS AND SERVICES THIS AGREEMENT, effective this 20th day of April in the year, 2015, between: MARTIN COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, a political subdivision