Ut System Master Agreements

(1) Sign and execute construction contracts on the approved model up to a total value of $4,000,000, financed by the contract. (2) Sign and execute changes to fully executed construction contracts on the approved model up to a total value of $4,000,000 per contract-financed modification. SPONSORED PROJECTS – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (OFFICE OF SPONSORED PROJECTS): Delegate powers to implement and implement agreements that are worth an interest in intellectual property up to $1,000,000. Software contracts: Business contracts verify and facilitate the signing of all contracts, agreements, work instructions and other documents that must include software and be linked to the signature. ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION AND EXCHANGE AGREEMENTS: delegation for the implementation and implementation of cooperation agreements and academic and scientific exchanges. Only selected employees have the authority to sign contracts, agreements or orders on behalf of the University of Texas at Austin. Contracts and agreements must comply with the UT Public Procurement Directive, so that institutions execute a membership contract as a framework contract and carry out certain programme agreements such as subordinate agreements to the main membership contract. All teaching agreements are subject to UT System approval. Permission can be obtained in three ways: the use of standard pre-approved UT tuning models. Agreements that have not been established from these models are considered non-standard. Agreements that significantly modify pre-approved standard models are also considered non-standard.

Please check the list of approved OGC models for academic membership agreements. Please note that a different model is required if the UTMB receives students from institutions other than the models used to send UTMB students to other institutions. ACCORDS WITH CORPORATE SPONSORS AND ACCORDS THAT GRANT AN INTEREST IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Delegate the power to implement and implement agreements with an interest in intellectual property. Includes typical options and licensing contracts, as well as research contracts with corporate sponsors, as well as confidentiality and hardware transfer contracts. INTERAGENCY CONTRACT WITH U.T. INSTITUTIONS: Delegation of powers for the execution and provision of contracts or agreements with the system administration or between or between U.T. Institutions of Resources or Services. As a general rule, all contracts worth more than $1 million must be approved by the Commission. In addition, some contracts must be approved by the board of directors, regardless of the value of the dollar of the contract, for example.

B contracts with foreign governments. See board Rule 10501 on www.utsystem.edu/offices/board-regents/regents-rules-and-regulations. Send agreements to the UTMB Legal Department. The legal department will review the agreements to meet UT system standards. If the other party does not accept any changes, the UTMB may revise the project to satisfy the parties and continue to comply with the UT standards. If the parties fail to agree on a language that meets the standards of the UT system, the UTMB does not execute the agreement. Issuers should allow at least two weeks for the first audit. NON-FUNDED AGREEMENTS (OFFICE OF SPONSORED PROJECTS): delegation of powers for the implementation of unfunded agreements (i.e.

material transfer agreements, confidentiality agreements, declarations of intent and similar agreements). Current system-wide agreements include, among other things, NEW minor construction projects and minor reconstruction and rehabilitation projects: delegation of powers for (1) the implementation and provision of construction-related agreements, the maximum guaranteed price or modifications and other documents; and (2) appoint architects; Approval of construction plans and documents Completion and implementation of agreements and modifications with architects, engineers and other professional service providers for all new small construction projects and small projects

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