Absence of a parent-child contract A child consumes education when he does not have the means to pay Parents more likely to finance the education of a child if the child commits to repay them in the future No such contract Parents are likely to underinvest in a child’s education
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Definitions NEW Contract: The Original Contract submitted/entered into CMTS will automatically have a CMTS contract number assigned (AGRXXXXXXXXXXXX). When/if the need arises to “Renew” or “Amend” an existing CMTS Contract it is imperative that you search for the existing Contract in CMTS and utilize the Amend/Renew function. The use of the existing CMTS AGR Contract Number is needed to create a “connection” to any previous versions of the contract. DO NOT create a New Contract when you need to Renew or Amend a current contract. RENEWAL of Contract: This type of contract is considered “Renewable” and typically contains contract language that states the “contract may be renewed”. Renewal Contracts MUST meet the following criteria: • Original contract term has or will expire; the contract period/term limit re-submitted with a “NEW term limit/begin-end date” for a new contract period, (e.g., scope, expenses, etc., may remain the same or change). If you are making changes in an “open/active” contract period, refer to “Amend Contract.” AMENDMENT of Contract: During the course of a current/open/active contract TERM, you may find it necessary to make amendments to a contract in CMTS. This action may be needed either due to your departmental decision OR as requested by your contracting partner. For purposes of the structure of CMTS; we are defining “Amendment” as the need to Amend, Alter, Change, Correct, Modify, and/or Revise – during a current contract term. This may also include “Amendment to extend Date/Term” if you process an Amendment before the expiration of the contract. CMTS will assign Amendment # suffix once you Save/Submit which will appear in the Contract Listing queue as Amendment 1 and AGRXXXXXXXXXXXXX [w/alpha letter suffix]. Special Note: For those who have Revenue State of AR Professional/Consultant Services Contracts with other AR state agencies [e.g. DHS, ADH, AMHC, Blind/Deaf Schools, etc.] you know “any” action done after the execution of the “Original PCS Contract” is done as an “Amendment” and assigned an Amendment #. This may present confusion as you receive these from state agencies and prepare for CMTS. For purposes of the CMTS structure, if the PCS Contract presented is acceptable and does not require negotiations that would cause the Contract to expire before it can be finalized, and you are simply renewing for an additional fiscal or biennium period, you would enter into CMTS as a RENEWAL. If you need to create a short-term Contract extension, allowing time to resolve negotiations, you would enter into CMTS as an 10/27/2016 AMENDMENT.
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Other Insights from Significance Tests: Number of years at NDSU  Compared to respondents who have been at NDSU more than 5 years, respondents who have been at NDSU 5 years or less:          Seemed to be happier with the hiring process (that dept. did its best to obtain resources for them, that they were successful in negotiations, that they were pleased with start-up package, that they weren’t naive in the negotiation process) Were more likely to be swayed to accept a position by salary and benefits, more likely to hesitate due to climate for women and community resources/organizations Spent more time on teaching and less on service and outreach Were less likely to be tenured at the time of the survey, less likely to have participated in some professional activities (e.g., served or chaired on committees, held roles, held positions in organizations outside NDSU) Were less likely to strongly agree that they are treated with respect by students or that they “fit” in their department Were more likely to have used the new faculty orientation, faculty mentoring, and Gear Up for Grants programs Were less likely to have cared for dependent children or to have provided care for an aging parent or relative in the past three years Were more likely to have children ages 6 or younger, more likely to be single, more likely to be female, and less likely to be a U.S. citizen Were more likely to currently use or need childcare (among those who have cared for dependent children), more likely to cite availability of infant/toddler care as a childcare issue
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MEMOS MERCHANDISE & SERVICES RECEIVED BY ITCC THROUGH JUNE 30 Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance exists in FY 2013-14 Calendar date June 1 - June 30 Pay against encumbrance with June transaction date Calendar date July 1 – July 8 Pay against encumbrance with June transaction date Merchandise & services 30 Encumbrance exists in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Reduce encumbrance with Pay as a direct pay July transaction date; then with June received by ITCC through June pay as direct pay with transaction date June transaction date Reduce encumbrance with July transaction date; then pay as direct pay with June transaction date Pay as a direct pay with June transaction date Rolled encumbrance or new encumbrance created in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Reduce encumbrance with July transaction date; then pay as direct pay with June 30 transaction date Pay as a direct pay with June 30 transaction date Pay against encumbrance with July transaction date/ Reverse FT1 JV with July transaction date. Pay as a direct pay with July transaction 26 date/Reverse FT1 JV with July transaction date. July 11: Encumbrance roll to FY 2014-15 Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance no longer exists in FY 2013-14 (Central Office only) Calendar date July 14 & later (Regions) Calendar date July 14 & later If material amount, create FT1 JV with June 30 transaction date to accrue expense & liability
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Other Insights from Significance Tests: Tenure status  Compared to tenured respondents, non-tenured respondents:          Seemed to be happier with the hiring process (that dept. did its best to obtain resources for them, that they were successful in negotiations, that they were pleased with start-up package) Were more likely to be swayed to accept a position by opportunities for spouse/partner, more likely to hesitate due to climate for women and quality of students Spent more time on research and teaching and less on administrative duties and outreach Were less likely to have been at NDSU more than 5 years, less likely to have participated in some professional activities (e.g., served or chaired on committees, held roles, held positions in organizations outside NDSU) Were less likely to strongly agree that they are treated with respect by students and staff More likely to say that Advance FORWARD programs are very valuable, more likely to have used the new faculty orientation, faculty mentoring, WISMET, and Gear Up for Grants programs Were less likely to have cared for dependent children or to have provided care for an aging parent or relative in the past three years Were more likely to have children ages 18 or younger and ages 6 or younger, more likely to be female, and less likely to be a U.S. citizen Were more likely to currently use or need childcare (among those who have cared for dependent children), more likely to cite availability of infant/toddler care as a childcare issue
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Co-Insurance Partnership PPO In-Network Inpatient Care Out-of-Network* Standard PPO In-Network Out-of-Network* You pay 10% You pay 40% You pay 20% You pay 40% Advanced X-ray, Scans and Imaging You pay 10% You pay 40% You pay 20% You pay 40% Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy You pay 10% You pay 40% You pay 20% You pay 40% Durable Medical Equipment You pay 10% You pay 40% You pay 20% You pay 40% (Including Mental Health and Substance Abuse) Prior authorization is required for inpatient care, advanced x-ray, scans and imaging, inpatient therapy and certain medical equipment. www.partnersforhealthtn.gov 1-800-253-9981 32
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Step 2: Continued Contract Types • Contract Type must be entered & determines pay factor The Contract Type used in FLAC are A, F, N & P. For more information, please reference pages 3-8 of the FLAC Manual. 0 = Flex Pay 1 = First Pay 2 = Second Pay 3 = Third Pay 4 = Fourth Pay / Last Pay A0 – A4 = Contract type used for adjuncts F0 – F4 = Contract type used only in summer for full-time faculty teaching courses for pro-rata pay N1 – N4 = Contract type used only by nursing for adjunct faculty identified as having advance degree & full-time faculty teaching a course for additional pay & having advanced degree P0 – P4 = Full-time faculty teaching a course for extra pay 7
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A Web of Ontologies S1 S2 commits to alignment Foaf Dublin Core Region alignment alignment alignment Citeseer commits to S3 alignment Congress DBLP commits to S4 Low barrier to sharing data Anyone can propose and share an alignment Semantics emerge as ontologies are aligned AIGP NSF Awards commits to S5 commits to commits to S6 S7
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