Agreement Module

The contract module allows the administrator to submit a textual agreement (think « Terms of Use ») that users in a particular role must accept before accessing the site. The agreement is presented to users immediately after the connection and must be accepted before the user can navigate to another page. Users can continue to access the home page () and/or logout without accepting consent; all other pages redirect the user to the consent form. The user can also revoke the acceptance of the agreement by visiting the contract page. There are modules (conditions of use and legal conditions) that offer similar functions during registration. The Convention module offers the functionality to display an agreement with an existing user base without users needing to re-register. A Service Level Target (LTS) allows you to set measures for agreements that need to be met. By default, the iTop comes with two types of metrics: The following options can be configured on the module configuration page: A Service Level Agreement (SLA) is a group of SLT. It defines the agreement between a supplier and a customer for a number of services. Given the scope of this document, the discussion presented here is limited to the agreement between the VPS or the concessionaire and the government. In addition, design developers can also replace theme_agreement_page (), which is the design function responsible for presenting the contract page.

Module 7 – Contract Agreement, Contract Management and Dispute Resolution Details of implementation and payment terms are negotiated between the parties involved and documented in a number of written agreements signed by them. When an SPV is put in place, it is at the heart of most of these agreements. In other words, the SPV negotiates contractual agreements with most of the parties involved in the process. If the implementation of a VPS is not necessary, the concessionaire (or the private project company that funds the project) is at the centre of these agreements and negotiates contractual agreements with other parties, including the government involved in the process. The first is used to manage denservice within a single company, while the second is for service providers. The two modules provide the same elements to manage, the differences are the relationships between these elements.

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