UNTHSC Contract Management Routing Slips:
The HSC CONTRACT MANAGEMENT ROUTING SLIP is an internal document that provides concise information about the contract or agreement and is a necessary document to show that appropriate signatories and delegated signature authority officials have reviewed and approved the contract or agreement. The type of Routing Slip you complete is
determined by the type of contract/agreement.
All of the business contracts routed at UNT Health Science Center can be categorized in basically four (4) categories:
Once the contract has been drafted, reviewed and approved at the department level, the contract should be prepared for routing. The department Contract Liaison or department Contact Person prepares the contract for signature, generates the appropriate UNT Health Science Center Routing Slip and obtains necessary department approvals (Chair/Director
signature) and Contract Liaison signature on the Routing Slip. There are Routing Slips specific to certain departments because of the signatories in each division that need to review contracts. If you have questions about which Routing Slip to use, please contact the Office of Contract Administration (x 2945). In most cases, you will use the Generic Routing Slip.
The department Contract Liaison or department Contact Person then sends the signed UNTHSC Routing Slip, the contract(s), and any applicable exhibits & addendums to the appropriate office based on the UNT Health Science Center Contract Review and Routing Process. For example: any contracts that involve an expenditure to be paid on a Purchase Order must be submitted to BSS Purchasing along with the requisition in ePro. All other contract submissions should be submitted to the Office of Contract Administration through our contract management software, email, campus mail or hand-delivery.
** UNTHSC Purchasing contracts have a different submittal process.
Access the Forms and Reports page on our Intranet site.
Please visit the Training link to see the procedures for routing business contracts at UNT Health Science Center.
This page was last modified on August 22, 2016