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COMPUTER & TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS & SERVICES PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY

COMPUTER & TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS & SERVICES PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY

• Back-up computer hardware and software facilities, hot and cold sites, relocation services, handling of all electrical power, phone cable, mail, telephone, human resources support during a disaster, and security services to protect property from theft, damage, destruction or sabotage while off site.

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Computer-Aided Medicine: Present and Future Issues of Liability, 9 Computer L.J. 177 (1989)

Computer-Aided Medicine: Present and Future Issues of Liability, 9 Computer L.J. 177 (1989)

The manufacturer of either a professional medical expert system or an in-home system should be subject to strict products liability when a patient is injured due to [r]

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SIN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

SIN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Publication." Federal Information Processing Standards Publications (FIPS PUBS) are issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), pursuant to National Security Act. Information concerning their availability and applicability should be obtained from the National Technical Information Service (NTIS), 5285 Port Royal Road, Springfield, Virginia 22161. FIPS PUBS include voluntary standards when these are adopted for Federal use. Individual orders for FIPS PUBS should be referred to the NTIS Sales Office, and orders for subscription service should be referred to the NTIS Subscription Officer, both at the above address, or telephone number (703) 487-4650. 13.2 Federal Telecommunication Standards (FED-STDS): Telecommunication products under this Schedule that do not conform to Federal Telecommunication Standards (FED-STDS) should not be acquired unless a waiver has been granted in accordance with the applicable "FED-STD." Federal Telecommunication Standards are issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), pursuant to National Security Act. Ordering information and
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SIN Information Technology Professional Services

SIN Information Technology Professional Services

Functional Responsibility: The Operations Specialist will lead complex projects that involve the successful management of teams composed of data processing and other professionals that have been involved in analyzing, designing, integrating, testing, documenting, converting, extending, and implementing Information Systems. They will be adept in oral and written communications, will formulate statements of management and business problems and devise procedures for solution, and will evaluate proposed automated systems to determine technical feasibility, implementation costs, operation costs, and functional adequacy. Must have a thorough knowledge of the capabilities of applicable computer and communications configurations. Meets with Government personnel and contractor personnel to formulate and review delivery order plans and deliverable items. Ensures conformance with delivery order schedules and costs. May serve as Task Leader over one or more projects.
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MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENTS MALPRACTICE, PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY, PUBLIC /PRODUCTS LIABILITY POLICY

MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENTS MALPRACTICE, PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY, PUBLIC /PRODUCTS LIABILITY POLICY

3.10 “Documents” shall mean mortgage bonds, title deeds, transfer deeds, powers of attorney, tender documents and agreements, wills, manuscripts, business books, maps, plans, specifications, computer programmes, records (whether on paper, microfilm, magnetic tape or discs), and written or printed documents and forms of any nature, but excluding stamps of any kind, bank or currency notes or other negotiable instruments including cash, credit, charge or other similar cards.

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Special Item No Information Technology Professional Services

Special Item No Information Technology Professional Services

7 to 9 yrs Apply extensive experience as a networking generalist or specialist. Requires experience with more than one of the LAN/WAN and network layer protocols. Possess broad knowledge of networking products. Understand advanced architecture principles and design practices. Understand advanced data com concepts. Ability to plan large projects and system wide problems. Exercises considerable latitude in determining technical objectives of assignment. Translates high level goals in to own work assignments. Interfaces cross-functionally and leads team collaboration extending beyond work group. Customer resolution requires excellent verbal skills and professional presentation. Mentors junior team members and resolves conflicts by fostering team communications. Provides technical guidance to small teams. Takes ownership for initiatives and code facets, and then drives ongoing evaluation and success. Determines own methods on issue resolution. Uses judgment to solve problems. Applies high degree of ingenuity using broad parameters for foundation of decisions.
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Special Item No Information Technology Professional Services

Special Item No Information Technology Professional Services

May act as an individual contributor or task leader. Performs or supervises test and analyzes all elements of the network facilities including power, software, communications devices, lines, modems and terminals and for overall integration of the enterprise network. Supports efforts for planning, design, installation, maintenance, management and coordination of the network. Monitors and controls the performance and status of the network resources. Utilizes software and hardware tools, identifies and diagnoses complex problems and factors affecting network performance. Maintains technical currency and studies vendor products to determine those which best meet client needs. Trains less experienced network engineers and technicians. . In support of microcomputer applications, analyzes requirements; creates, designs and develops requirements in required media; provides program support; tests, debugs and writes documentation as required. May have responsibilities as task leader and for providing customer assistance support in setting up microcomputers and/or installing software packages.
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Information Technology Professional Services (Schedule 70)

Information Technology Professional Services (Schedule 70)

Organizational and Accounting Controls BCG has developed proven organizational and accounting controls and implements them to effectively manage technical performance and adhere to cost and delivery schedules. As a rule, BCG professionals stress frequent communication with the client project manager and other client personnel involved in a project. BCG management reviews the contract or task order statement of work (SOW) with the client project manager to gain complete agreement on details of products and delivery schedule, adjusting the work plan if necessary. BCG coordinates with the client project manager to establish a system of reviewing project progress and performance quality through regularly scheduled review meetings. BCG’s accounting system is based in Quickbooks and provides for the accurate accounting of labor hours by project and task. BCG’s system is able to discern between direct and indirect expenses and employee time accounting is timesheet- driven.
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RECRUITMENT SERVICES ADDENDUM PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY, PUBLIC & PRODUCTS LIABILITY & DIRECTORS & OFFICERS /EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY INSURANCE

RECRUITMENT SERVICES ADDENDUM PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY, PUBLIC & PRODUCTS LIABILITY & DIRECTORS & OFFICERS /EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES LIABILITY INSURANCE

Please indicate the Recruitment or Contract Management Services for which you require cover and advise the actual fees charged by you for those services last financial year and estima[r]

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TECHNOLOGY & PRIVACY PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY POLICY

TECHNOLOGY & PRIVACY PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY POLICY

AA. Pollutants means any substance exhibiting any hazardous characteristics as defined by, or identified on a list of hazardous substances issued by the United States Environmental Protection Agency or any federal, state, county, municipal or local counterpart thereof or any foreign equivalent. Such substances shall include, without limitation, solids, liquids, gaseous or thermal irritants, contaminants or smoke, vapor, soot, fumes, acids, alkalis, chemicals or waste materials, including materials to be recycled, reconditioned, or reclaimed. Pollutants shall also mean any other air emission, odor, waste water, oil or oil products, infectious or medical waste, asbestos or asbestos products, noise, fungus (including mold or mildew and any mycotoxins, spores, scents or byproducts produced or released by fungi, but does not include any fungi intended by the Insured for consumption) and electric or magnetic or electromagnetic field.
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AFB TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AND PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICY

AFB TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AND PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE POLICY

Have any Loss payments been made on behalf of any proposed Applicant under the provisions of any prior or current media liability policy or similar insurance? Yes No If Yes, attach details. Please indicate the number of subpoenas served upon the Applicant during the past five years seeking documents or information obtained in the course of newsgathering activities? _____

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PROFESSIONAL CLEANING : A KEY CONTRIBUTOR TO PUBLIC HEALTH, HYGIENE AND WELLBEING

PROFESSIONAL CLEANING : A KEY CONTRIBUTOR TO PUBLIC HEALTH, HYGIENE AND WELLBEING

hygiene in any place outside the home would be impossible without the pro ducts and services provided by the companies that make up the professional clean- ing sector of A.I.S.E., the International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products. It is these com- panies – large and small – that make the detergent and maintenance products and services that help to ensure hygienic hos- pital equipment, safe food and beverage production, healthy public transport envi- ronments, and clean and pleasant offices. In large parts of the world, hygiene is still an ongoing challenge and many lives are lost every day due to unsafe water, poor sanitation and poor hygiene. In Europe, hygiene standards are relatively high, but outbreaks of diseases such as SARS, MRSA, Norovirus, Esteria, H1N1 Influenza, hospital acquired infections and Ebola un- derline the importance of securing good
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Commercial General Liability - A Brief Introduction

Commercial General Liability - A Brief Introduction

Just as property insurance has many different coverage forms to insure various types of business assets, there are a number of liability forms to cover a wide range of monetary demands. In both property and liability policies, the insurance carrier must try to clearly describe what events are covered. Great care must be used in drafting policy language to avoid ambiguities. If there is a disagreement over the meaning of a particular clause or provision in the policy, the interpretation most favorable to the policyholder will take precedence.

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Professional Liability/Lender Liability Application

Professional Liability/Lender Liability Application

It is understood and agreed that if the undersigned or any insured has knowledge of any fact, circumstance or situation which could reasonably be expected to give rise to a future claim, then any increased limit of liability or coverage enhancement shall not apply to such fact, circumstance, or situation. In addition, any increased limit of liability or coverage enhancement shall not apply to any claim, fact, circumstance or situation for which the Insurer has already received notice.

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Strict Products Liability and Computer Software: Caveat Vendor, 4 Computer L.J. 373 (1983)

Strict Products Liability and Computer Software: Caveat Vendor, 4 Computer L.J. 373 (1983)

The sale of software that solves a shared problem is especially appropriate for the first of the case rules dealing with mass market- ing, since it employs methods [r]

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Software Vendors' Exposure to Products Liability for Computer Viruses, 9 Computer L.J. 509 (1989)

Software Vendors' Exposure to Products Liability for Computer Viruses, 9 Computer L.J. 509 (1989)

There are basically two types of warranties under the UCC: express and implied. Chatlos Systems, Inc.. The nature of computer programs is such that vendors will not claim [r]

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Sharing Accountability for Breast Implants: Strict Products Liability and Medical Professionals Engaged in Hybrid Sales/Service Cosmetic Products Transactions

Sharing Accountability for Breast Implants: Strict Products Liability and Medical Professionals Engaged in Hybrid Sales/Service Cosmetic Products Transactions

C OURTS do not apply strict liability in tort to defective services, but generally allow strict liability causes of action in cases involv- ing defective products.' [r]

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Products Liability - Strict Liability in Tort - Both the Manufacturer and the Retailer Are Strictly Liable in Tort for Personal Injuries Caused by a Defect in a Product Marketed with the Knowledge that It Is to Be Used Without Inspection for Defects. Vand

Products Liability - Strict Liability in Tort - Both the Manufacturer and the Retailer Are Strictly Liable in Tort for Personal Injuries Caused by a Defect in a Product Marketed with the Knowledge that It Is to Be Used Without Inspection for Defects. Vandermark v. Ford Motor Co. (Cal. 1964)

Products Liability - Strict Liability in Tort - Both the Manufacturer Products Liability - Strict Liability in Tort - Both the Manufacturer and the Retailer Are Strictly Liable in Tort for Personal Injuries and the Retailer Are Strictly Liable in Tort for Personal Injuries Caused by a Defect in a Product Marketed with the Knowledge Caused by a Defect in a Product Marketed with the Knowledge that It Is to Be Used Without Inspection for Defects. Vandermark that It Is to Be Used Without Inspection for Defects. Vandermark v. Ford Motor Co. (Cal. 1964)
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Professional Liability

Professional Liability

 Reduced claims=reduced defense costs, Reduced claims=reduced defense costs, reduced claim handling costs, stable premiums reduced claim handling costs, stable premiums3. Effective Co[r]

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Professional Liability

Professional Liability

“Claim”: a written demand for compensation or services made against a Protected Person related to the rendering of, or failure to render, professional health care services. Service of Suit, including Summons and Complaint or other formal legal demand, is included within this definition. Claim does not include any investigation by a government agency, the purpose of which is to consider licensure, sanctions, or criminal investigation.

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