This excerpt taken from the GPS 10-Q filed Jun 9, 2009.
21.2 Consent Remedy
If, despite documented commercially reasonable efforts, either Party is unable to obtain a Consent, then, unless and until such Consent is obtained, Supplier shall use commercially reasonable efforts to identify and implement, subject to Gap Approval, such alternative approaches as are necessary and sufficient to provide the Services without such Consent. If such alternative approaches are required for a period longer than ninety (90) days following the Reference Date, the Parties will reduce the charges (1) by any additional expenses incurred by Gap to a third party in connection with Consent issues arising from such failure and (2) to reflect any Services not being received by Gap or the impact of such Service being provided by Supplier in an alternative fashion. In addition, for that Software for which Supplier is responsible as set forth in Exhibit C.7 (Financial Responsibility Matrix), if Supplier fails to obtain a Consent within ninety (90) days of the Reference Date and such failure has a material adverse impact on the Services, whether as a whole or as to any part thereof, by Gap or the Authorized Users, Gap may terminate the Agreement or any affected portion thereof without any cost or other penalty subject to the payment of Stranded Costs. Except as otherwise expressly provided herein, failure to obtain any Consent shall not relieve Supplier of its obligations under this Agreement.