Summarize all material deviations to standard corporate terms and obtain approval of same from Contracts VP prior to execution; manage contract execution process using eSignOnline (proprietary electronic signature tool).
Reviews, interprets and analyzes contract and service agreements to ensure the terms comply with legal, guidelines, contracting principles, cost constraints as well as with corporate and client procedures.
Perform research and institutes best practices and new methods for reducing costs associated with contract management; review and draft contract documents with support from functional executives, and General Counsel.
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