Contract Management

All contracts (any legal document(s) that create(s) obligations or liability on the part of the College), regardless of the amount of the financial commitment, must be reviewed by the Legal and Risk offices before they may be executed.

Non-procurement contracts are defined as all agreements and contracts that are between two parties that do not include the expenditure of funds, except grants managed by Office of Sponsored Projects. Examples include memorandums of understanding, affiliation agreements, rental agreements (parties renting space from SLCC), revenue agreements. 

Procurement contracts are defined as any contract that includes an expenditure of funds, regardless of amount. Real estate contracts are not considered procurement contracts. Examples include independent contractor, speaker/entertainers, software, consultants, rental agreements (SLCC renting space from external party), maintenance agreements.

How do I get started?

Begin your request in SLCCBuy.
The user training document located under additional resources and support may be used as an aid to navigate the subsequent steps.

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