an expert who gives advice.
A participant, usually external to the University, whose participation does not require a sub-award or subcontract, and who is paid via a personal service agreement. External consultants usually possess expertise not available at the PIâ€™s institution.
In the context of this glossary, a consultant is a design professional usually employed by the architect, to help design a project, such as, a structural engineer, mechanical engineer, interior designer, etc.
n: a person who contracts with an oil company to supervise the operations at a drilling site or well site who may coordinate the hiring of logging, testing, service, and workover companies.
Ordinarily, a professional staff person who works for a legislative committee.
Individual hired to give professional advice or services for a fee, normally never an employee of the hiring institution. Strict guidelines apply.
An individual or organization engaged by the owner or the architect to render professional consulting services complementing or supplementing the architect's services.
An individual who provides expert or professional advice or services, often in a paid capacity.
For purposes of MSRB Rule G-38, any person used by a broker-dealer to obtain or retain municipal securities business who communicates with an issuer on behalf of such broker-dealer in exchange for cash or other payment from the broker-dealer or any other person. A municipal finance professional of the broker-dealer or any person whose only payment from the broker-dealer is for the provision of legal, accounting or engineering services for such municipal securities business is not considered a consultant. Certain information regarding the consultant is required to be disclosed by the broker-dealer to the issuer. In addition, information regarding the consultant arrangements and reportable political contributions and payments are required to be disclosed by the broker-dealer on MSRB Form G-37/G-38. Compare: MUNICIPAL FINANCE PROFESSIONAL.
An independent individual or entity contracting with an agency to perform a personal service or render an opinion or recommendation according to the consultant's methods and without being subject to the control of the agency except as to the result of the work. The agency monitors progress under the contract and authorizes payment.
See Independent Contractor.
A consultant is someone who provides expertise and can be an advisor or a deliverer of tasks. Consultants are hired for their expertise when the company has none Consultants often help define the data warehouse strategy and assess the organization's ability to implement the data warehouse.
Somebody who provides advice or services in their area of expertise
a coach, a guide, and an advisor who brings expertise, education and experience to your organization
a contractor offering specialized services or skills to clients for a fee
a freelance who's required to wear a suit every now and then and who offers his brain and skills for hire (we prefer to call it vision, understanding and expertise in our proposals)
an entity fi whether an individual, a partnership or a corporation fi engaged to provide professional, independent and expert advice or services
an entity, or individual, legally capable of contracting the delivery of professional (expert) advice or personal services
an expert at problem solving
an expert at recognising problems and shaping solutions to those problems
an expert at setting the HIPAA security standard for small to medium size health care providers
an expert in any subject who helps others make the best of an event or a situation
an expert in one specific field
an expert or advisor who is hired and paid by a client to achieve a certain goal
an expert, who acquires, packages and sells specific and confidential knowledge for a fee with the expectation that his knowledge is applied and his advise is acted upon
an expert who examines the prospect's situation and, using what they have learned, recommends ways of improving it
an independent contractor, not affiliated with the University for a limited period of time to provide specific services
an independent entity (usually with laboratory capabilities) which has been
an individual hired to give professional advice or service for a fee but not as an employee of the hiring party
an individual hired to provide professional advice or services on a project
an individual or a designated agency that provides related services concerning PVP rights application submissions
an individual or an organisation engaged to provide expert advice with recommendations to a Department/Agency as the basis for making a decision or taking a certain course of action
an individual retained to provide professional advice or services for a fee but not as an employee of the requiring organization
an individual under contract to provide professional or technical assistance to a contractor or GCA in a capacity requiring access to classified information
an individual who possesses special knowledge or skills and provides that expertise to a client for a fee
a non-FIU employee whose expertise is needed to perform a portion of the sponsored project
an outside expert who is hired by an organization to help with the planning and/or implementation of a program
an outside person or organization who has valuable expertise and experience and who is paid to complete an agreed upon set of tasks and objectives
a person who gives expert or professional advice
a person with a measure of expertise in a specialized area who earns fees from clients who engage him/her to solve problems in their organization
a person with a set of skills, and/or expertise in demand by businesses or individuals
a professional available to you for
a subject matter expert that can provide answers directly
a subject matter expert whose classical role is to give advice and render judgements
a temporary employee, hired to do a specific task
The term consultant is often used interchangeably with the terms independent contractor, freelancer, and vendor.
A person providing expert or professional advice usually for a fee.
is an individual who provides professional advice or services.
A person who gives expert advice based upon experience and research.
a person with expertise who is brought in to lend insight, advise, do workshops, etc.
A Consultant is a particular type of contractor who is engaged to: provide high-level specialist professional advice (or more generally non-manual services) to assist or influence agency decision making; and perform a specific one-off task or set of tasks.
A professional individual or firm hired by XXXXXXXXX solely to give professional advice with respect to the planning of specified tasks.
Insurance professional who, for a fee, offers advice on the benefits, advantages and disadvantages of various insurance policies. Sells advice, not insurance.
A person who draws upon his or her experiences to give advice to others. 14.24, 16.11
An expert, having special skill and knowledge derived from training and experience, who provides professional advice or services. In-Kind Contributions â€“ All non-cash contributions provided to the grantee for the project. These contributions may be in the form of charges for real property and non-expendable personal property and the value of goods and services directly benefiting and specifically identifiable with the project or program. The basis for the valuation of personal services, material, equipment, buildings, and land must be fair market value and documented. This includes all such goods and services provided to the grantee by a third party in lieu of a cash contribution.
An individual who delivers a specific piece of work that is necessary to a work package and cannot be delivered by either the work package team or the expert group.
a person or company acting as an independent contractor to provide a service.
Third-party provider of specific skills, information and/or advice, such as a Communications consultant, Project Planning consultant, or PeopleSoft consultant.
One meaning of consultant is the same as IP, but this term is more likely to be used in management- or business-related fields, less likely to be used in creative fields. Another meaning of consultant is "someone who gives advice," especially to businesses; in that case the consultant may not be an IP at all, but may work for a consulting company.
A committee professional staff person.
A person who sells advice on a subject in which they are an expert.
An individual who provides guidance and information to another individual. A professional that helps you plan that appropriate course of action.
Entity (individual, partnership or corporation) engaged to provide professional independent and expert advice or services. A consultancy contract typically defines the nature and purpose of the task to be performed but does not detail how the task is to be performed.
One who provides some specialized service base d on their special qualification s, education or experience. [D02530] RMW
An individual being hired to perform certain personal services as an independent contractor.
The term “Consultant” shall mean third party independent contractors hired by Web4minds to perform services in connection with the Services
n. a person with expertise in a specific field of knowledge who is engaged by a client to provide advice and services. A consultant usually does not directly solicit funds on behalf of the client.
One who provides professional advice or services on request.
An expert providing objective and independent advice to the applicant/developer on the basis of professional standards. Their work often entails seeking the best solution for their client through negotiation with the planning archaeologist. It is possible for a Contractor to be hired as a Consultant.
An individual (or a firm) that provides professional advice to an organisation for a fee.
A person hired to give advice to business management
An independent contractor who specifically provides professional advice. They usually have a separate skill or expertise not available within the College, and the need for their services commonly does not extent beyond a limited period of time in which to complete a specifically defined project.
An organisation or individual contracted to provide high-level specialist or professional advice to assist decision-making by Agency management. Consultants will be expected to exercise their own skills and judgement independently of the Agency.
an individual who provides advice, counsel, feedback, and sometimes implementation services on any of a variety of management issues ranging from strategic planning to marketing to financing to production.
A person with expertise to the organization that is brought in to lend insight into the solution of problems or supply technical assistance beyond the capacity of the organization.
Person that provides or proposes to provide a consulting service. The term includes a political subdivision but does not include the federal government, a state agency, or a state governmental entity. Individuals providing consulting services as defined by Government Code, Section 2254.021, are specifically excluded from FTE calculations.
Expert brought into a research project to provide advice; his or her participation may be in a grant's budget.
An individual that provides professional advice or services on the basis of a written agreement for a fee. These individuals are not normally employees of the organization receiving the services. Consultants also include firms that provide professional advice or services. Additional Information: http://rf.osu.edu/pdp/pdp43.cfm
An individual or organization outside the University of proven professional or technical competence who provides primarily professional or technical advice to the University. A distinction between an independent contractor and an independent consultant: An independent contractor relationship exists when the University has the right to control only the result of the service, not the manner of performance. An independent consultant relationship exists when the University does not control either the result of the service or the manner of performance.
According to the Agents and Brokers Licensing Model Act in the United States, an individual, partnership, or corporation that, for a fee, offers advice, counsel, opinion, or service with respect to the benefits, advantages, or disadvantages promised under any insurance policy that could be issued in the state.
A professional who is engaged to carry out a particular task for a fee eg architect, quantity surveyor, engineer, etc.
Engineers, finance or real estate professionals that aide in or manage the administration of special financing districts, other local municipal district bond issues, or other property based fees or charges.
A consultant (from the Latin consultus meaning "legal expert") is a professional who provides expert advice in a particular area of expertise such as accountancy, the environment, technology, the law, human resources, marketing, medicine, finance, public affairs, communication, engineering or waste management.