In the United Kingdom, the term MoU is often used to enter into an agreement between parties to The Crown. This term is often used in the context of decentralization, for example. B in the 1999 concorda between the Central Ministry of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Scottish Environment Directorate. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is a formal agreement between the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and federal, regional or local authorities; Academic institutions and other organizations (e.B non-profit organizations). The agreement is an agreement between the parties, but it is a non-binding agreement. FDA policy is to enter into agreements with other companies when it is necessary to define lines of authority or responsibility or to clarify cooperation procedures. The aim of the agreement is to improve consumer protection by making more efficient use of collective resources and to eliminate duplication. Soft can also be used between a government agency and a non-governmental non-commercial organization. While it is rare to see soft things in the multilateral field, transnational air agreements are in fact soft. In the economy, a protocol is generally a legally non-binding agreement between two or more parties that defines the terms and modalities of mutual understanding or agreement and notes the requirements and responsibilities of each party – without concluding a formal and legally enforceable contract (although a MoU is often a first step towards the development of a formal contract). [2] [3] 53 CORRIDOR MASTER PLAN (IOWA DOT) Staff Action: S-2004-0453 Corridor Master Plan U.S. 6 Corridor Dallas County, Iowa Agreement No: 2003-16-085 T his U.S.

6 Corridor Master Plan, referred to as „Plan,“ is recorded by and between the Iowa Department of Transportation, „DOT,“ the city of Clive, iowa, as „Clive,“ the city of Urbandale, iowa, and the city of Waukee, Iowa, as „Waukee.“ The objective of this plan is to define parameters for transportation management, access management, land use and development characteristics along Corridor 6 of the United States, within defined boundaries. The designated corridor extends from Interstate 35/80 (I-35/80) to the east and extends west to the western border of the Waukee Corporation. CONSIDERING that the objective of this plan is not to identify specific projects, but rather to set guidelines to promote safe and efficient traffic flow and to promote and maintain economic development along the corridor. Cities should be able to use this plan as a tool to manage economic development along the United States.6 NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS AGREED as follows: the general standard for the management of the U.S. 6 corridor is: A. PLANNING Future Fully directional access to u.s. 6 is limited to public road links at a distance of 1.5 miles (see Appendix Exhibition A). Other direct access to U.S.

6 may only be permitted as a direct right. All other access is granted from other public roads. The remaining 6 fronts are controlled by access. Access connections along U.S. 6 may be required to have appropriate acceleration and deceleration traces, rejuvenation and other appropriate geometric features to ensure that the effects of adjacent development are fully mitigated.