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10-1-2 Contracts

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  1. Introduction
  2. Area Commission
  3. Information Technology
  4. Plans and Analysis
  5. Marketing
  6. Financial Affairs
  7. Facilities Management
  8. Human Resources and Employee Relations
  9. Development
  10. Procurement and Inventory Control

    10-0-2 Equipment Inventory Management

    10-1-0 Contractual Agreements Policy

    10-1-2 Contracts

    10-2-1 Purchasing Authority

    10-2-2 Purchase Requisition/Specification

    10-2-3 Purchase Requisition/Order Processing

    10-2-5 Purchases, Vendors' Invoices for Bookstore

    10-2-8 Purchasing Card Program

  11. Auxiliary Enterprises and Printing Services
  12. Public Safety
  13. Academic Affairs
  14. Learning Resources
  15. Continuing Education and Economic Development
  16. Admissions and Registrar
  17. Student Services

NUMBER: 10-1-2 APPROVED DATE: 07-18-2005

BASED ON POLICY NUMBER AND TITLE: 10-1-0 CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS

PURPOSE:  This procedure outlines the review process for all proposed contracts/agreements.

PURPOSE:  This procedure outlines the review process for all proposed contracts/agreements.

  1. Fill out a Contract Review Form (Form T3-45, located in the Portal ) and attach the proposed contract/agreement.
  2. Send the Contract Review Form and the contract to the originator's Vice President. After review, the originator's Vice President will forward the documentation to the next person in the process as outlined on the Contract Review Form.
  3. Upon completion of the review process, the signed fully-executed contract shall be maintained as follows:
    1. Academics – academic related affiliation agreements, memorandums of understanding, apprenticeship agreements, and any other related contracts which do not require approval from the Procurement department. The Vice President for Academic Affairs is the designated contract custodian.
    2. Continuing Education – continuing education related affiliation agreements, memorandums of understanding, apprenticeship agreements, and any other related contracts which do not require approval from the Procurement department. The Assistant Vice President for Continuing Education & Economic Development is the designated contract custodian.
    3. Procurement – all contracts processed through and approved by Procurement. The Director of Procurement and Risk Management is the designated contract custodian.

The President or the Vice President for Finance & Administration must approve and sign all contracts/agreements with the following exceptions delegated by the President:

  1. Vice President for Academic Affairs may sign:
    • Adjunct faculty contracts.
    • TTC pre-approved affiliation agreements with clinical and other similar sites.
    • TTC pre-approved apprenticeship agreements.
    • TTC pre-approved memorandums of agreement for training.
    • TTC pre-approved memorandums of agreement for tuition reimbursement.
    • Articulation agreements with other colleges and universities.
  1. Vice President for Continuing Education & Economic Development may sign:
    • Adjunct faculty contracts up to $25,000.00.
    • TTC pre-approved training contracts.
    • TTC pre-approved affiliation agreements with clinical and other similar sites.

* If you are unsure of the preapproved format for affiliation agreements or training contracts, please contact the President’s Office Contract Coordinator at 843-574-6649 or 843-820-5040.

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