PLANNING REQUIREMENT. With limited exceptions, all federal funds to be used for highway or transit projects must be included in a National Traffic Improvement Program (STIP), 23 U.S.C Section 135. § 5311 Credits must be included in the STIP. Unlike the annual project programme submitted by the State with its application for funding, STIP generally covers three years of the programme. For the purposes of the PIP, the State may consolidate its expenditures under Sections 5311 and RTAP into large national projects such as the acquisition of vehicles for urban transport services, operational assistance, intercity bus projects, facility construction, public administration, training and technical assistance, or present the 5311 allocation as a comprehensive project. 12.2.e. Recognizing that the responsibility for the development of the above-mentioned systems and their technical and operational compatibility with the space station and the use of the TDRSS space station and the RSA data satellite system by the space station rests with the provider partner, NASA or RSA will provide the necessary information to support this compatibility. Other communication systems may be used on the space station by space station partners or users if these communication systems are compatible with the space station and with the use of the TDRSS space station and the RSA data satellite system. The technical, operational, regulatory and security requirements related to the communication of the space station shall be controlled by appropriate programme management mechanisms and in the documentation referred to in Articles 7 and 8.
Unless otherwise agreed with NASA or NASA and RSA, final transmission for data purposes throughout the space station communication system is compatible with the formats, protocols and communication standards agreed to by the Advisory Committee on Space Data Systems (ADSSB). (6) Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to deprive a worker of any rights or benefits that such worker may have under existing collective or labour agreements, nor shall the agreement be considered a waiver of rights, trade union or represented worker resulting from any other agreement or provision of the Confederation. national or local law. 1. The project shall be implemented in a manner and under conditions which do not affect the staff of the beneficiary and of another public transport undertaking in the field of transport of the project. The consignee and any other legally responsible party designated by the public body shall be obliged to ensure that all transport services supported by the project are contractual and operated in such a way as not to prejudice the rights and interests of the personnel concerned. The term “project”, as used herein, is not limited to the agency, service or operation concerned, supported by federal funds, but includes all organizational or other changes resulting from the assistance provided. The term “Project Outcome” includes, when used in this Agreement, project-related events that occur in the meantime, during and after the Project and all related efficiency or economy programs; provided, however, that the volume of business increases and decreases or that changes in the volume and nature of employment resulting from causes other than the project (including savings or efficiency gains not related to the project) do not fall within the scope of this Agreement. . .