This excerpt taken from the GPS 10-Q filed Jun 9, 2009.
A. Transition-In Plan
Supplier shall provide to Gap the transition-in services described in Exhibit D.15 (Transition-In Plan) and in accordance with the transition schedule set forth in Exhibit D.15 (Transition-In Plan). Supplier shall provide the transition-in services without materially (i) disrupting or adversely impacting the business or operations of Gap or Gap Authorized Users, (ii) degrading the Services being provided, or (iii) interfering with the ability of Gap or Gap Authorized Users to obtain the benefit of the Services, except as may be otherwise provided in the Transition-In Plan. Unless otherwise stated in the Agreement, the transition-in services shall not defer any obligations or liabilities of Supplier under this Agreement.
B. Failure to Comply with the Transition-In Plan
Supplier shall, upon the occurrence of acts or omissions by Gap which have been determined by Supplier to, or are likely to, adversely impact its ability to deliver or meet a Transition-In Plan Critical Deliverable by the date set forth in the Transition-In Plan (Gap Delay Claim), advise Gaps Infrastructure Partnership Executive of such Gap Delay Claim in writing promptly, but in no event
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longer than five (5) business days, of Supplier having knowledge of such occurrence, of the facts surrounding such claim and time impact, and Gap shall provide a response and/or resolution plan to Supplier within two (2) days thereafter. If Gap determines that the Gap Delay Claim was a primary cause for a delay of Supplier in delivering a Transition-In Plan Critical Deliverable, the time for Supplier to meet that Transition-In Plan Critical Deliverable shall be extended to adjust for the impact of such occurrence as well as those Transition-In Plan Critical Deliverables directly dependant upon the extended Transition-In Plan Critical Deliverable. If Supplier does not agree with Gaps decision, Supplier shall submit the Gap Delay Claim to the Dispute Resolution Process described in Section 31 (Internal Dispute Resolution). If, at the conclusion of the Dispute Resolution Process, it is determined that the delay was caused by Gaps acts or omissions, the time for Supplier to meet the Transition-In Plan Critical Deliverable will be extended to account for the Gap delay. Suppliers failure to advise Gap of a Gap Delay Claim as provided above shall preclude it from raising such acts or omissions as a basis for avoiding a credit under this Section.