Thank you for submitting your contract for General Counsel review.
Review of your contract may be delayed as a result of planning efforts and counsel surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please know that our office is working diligently to get your contract reviewed and completed. If you need immediate assistance please contact our office at (208) 426-1203 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of the General Counsel (OGC) provides the campus community with guidance for the development and negotiation of contracts. OGC attorneys represent all legal interests of Boise State University.
Contracts reviewed by the Office of the General Counsel (OGC) include contracts for procurement of goods and services, real estate contracts, service contracts, affiliation agreements, cooperative agreements, construction contracts, software licenses, hardware and software purchases, click agreements, intellectual property contracts, international agreements and, memorandums of understanding (MOU). The review may include advice on privacy and data security; review and negotiation of contracts; development of contract templates; and advice regarding procurement matters, contract disputes and other contract matters.
All University contracts are subject to state law requirements and University contracts policy and procedures governing their administration and are subject to review by OGC.
Only University officials that have delegated authority from the VP/CFO may sign contracts obligating the University. Signature authority is delegated by the VP/CFO in accordance with the Contract Policy and policies of State Board of Education (SBOE). University officials cannot execute contracts without express written approval from the VP/CFO. These delegations are limited to specific University contract types and dollar amounts.
Signing a University Contract without authority may:
- Render the entire agreement void.
- May subject the signer to civil and/or criminal liability.
- May result in disciplinary actions, up to and including termination.
Materials presented are for general informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice from the Office of General Counsel. An attorney should be consulted regarding the specific facts and circumstances associated with any legal matter.