Who Can Sign?
Business Contract Signature Delegation
The UT System Regents’ Rules and Regulations require that all contracts be approved by the chief administrative officer or his/her official, authorized delegate (ref. Rule 10501). Only an individual with a written delegation of authority from the President of UTSA may execute and deliver contracts on behalf of the University. A University contract without an authorized signature may be invalid and unenforceable.
Currently, the President has delegated to the following positions the authority to sign business contracts:
General Contract Delegations
- Sr. Vice President for Business Affairs
- Director of Business Contracts, up to $500K
- Assoc. Director of Business Contracts, up to $250K
- Provost and Sr. VP for Academic Affairs, only in the extended absence of the Sr. VPBA, up to $1M
Specific Limited Delegations
- Herb Ganey, Exec. Director, Student Union: Standard Entertainer Agreements up to $10k
- Barry McKinney, Assoc. Dean of Students: Standard Entertainer Agreements up to $10K
- Lisa Campos, Athletic Director: Standard Home Game Contracts up to $15K
- Mike Bazemore, Sr. Exec. Associate Athletic Director: Standard Hotel Agreements required for Athletic Team Travel up to $15K
- Can Saygin, Sr. Vice Provost for University Planning: Change Orders & IDIQ Work Orders up to $100K on Major Construction Projects
- Jonathan Jarrell, Sr. Project Manager, Change Orders & IDIQ Work Orders up to $25K on Major Construction Projects
- Construction Inspectors in University Planning: Change Orders & IDIQ Work Orders up to $10K on Major Construction Projects
Academic Contracts, PO's and Other Signature Delegations
Various individuals in the Purchasing Office have delegated signature authority to sign standard purchase orders. The Provost has delegated signature authority to sign internship agreements and agreements of academic collaboration (i.e. coursework).
For UTSA’s full delegation listing, see http://www.utsystem.edu/documents/docs/delegation-authority/delegations-authority-academic-institution.