Review, triage, and collect data on complex contracting issues from internal and external stakeholders for incoming and outgoing contracts and determine the correct contracting office to process the contract. Perform high level analysis of complex contracts, consulting with contracting offices as needed, and make appropriate triage decision based on this analysis. Communicate with external contracting entities to collect data and information and facilitate smooth execution of contracts.
Coordinate with the OHSU contracting units and OHSU Legal Office as necessary, utilizing workflow map for contract routing and identify areas for improvement. Work independently and make decisions and recommendations to contracting office directors regarding complicated process and workflow improvements crossing multiple missions and offices.
Communicate with internal stakeholders as to the status of requests, contracts and process improvement efforts as necessary. Coordinate continuous improvements to existing processes and policies.
Develop and update contracting triage policies and procedures, coordinate and facilitate relevant multi-contract unit meetings.
Develop education and socialization strategies for OHSU stakeholders, including development of materials and documentation and attendance at meetings, forums, trainings and events to ensure stakeholders are familiar with contracting triage resources. Ensure all relevant contracting and department personnel are familiar with contracting triage processes and procedures. Coordinate and manage issues affecting multiple contract offices, including holding regular meetings to discuss inter-office policy and procedure issues. Coordinate contracting triage internal website.
Handle special projects and assignments on an as-needed basis, including contract analysis and execution for specific offices, review and analysis of (for example) data use agreements, business associate agreements, and core services agreements.
All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
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