Contract writing - also known as contract authoring - is a critical stage of the contract lifecycle. The contract writing process involves contract parties putting into written copy the terms of a contract. One extremely important facet of contract writing is contract clause management. Insufficient contract authoring procedures as they pertain to contract clause management often rely upon disorganized tracking of versions, a lack of unified contracts and subcontracts, and - unfortunately - scattered clauses. Such processes can leave your organization with contracts that are missing clauses, an overlooked mass of key dates and milestones, and unified contract lifecycle management.
In the wake of unpredictable circumstances such as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, your organization is more than likely allowing employees to work remotely. No matter which relevant industry you are working in, you must be supported with a sufficient system in place for contract management, sourcing, and procurement operations. To that end, we've assembled a list of five tips for maintaining remote contract management software process efficacy during the COVID crisis.
CobbleStone Software's newest release – Contract Insight® Enterprise Version 17.7.1 – has arrived, bringing forth new features and enhancements to improve your contract management software suite!
2021 is quickly approaching. As such, city, state, federal, and other public agencies need to ensure that they make the most of their budgets by investing in the most up-to-date software tools for robust, streamlined, and transparent government contract management, purchasing, and sourcing for evolving industry needs. To that end, here are six tools that can be leveraged for user-friendly, timesaving, cost-effective, and powerfully integrated government contract management, sourcing, and purchasing processes.