To Sign or Not to Sign

Last updated 5 years ago First published 18 October, 2016

Work,Technology English Rating: ALL ages Shortest path: 3 nodes Longest path: 15 nodes Possible solutions: 8
Transcription
  • The letter is completely or largely generated from an Authority Template or other template.. No. Yes.
  • The document does not require a signature and can be sent with a name and position ‘sign off’..
  • The letter conveys factual content with no interpretation or opinion.. Yes. No.
  • The document does not require a signature and can be sent with a name and position ‘sign off’..
  • The letter is communicating update on progress through a standardised process.. No. Yes.
  • The document does not require a signature and can be sent with a name and position ‘sign off’..
  • The document provides notification of a decision that has been reached by another body or committee.. No. Yes.
  • The document does not require a signature and can be sent with a name and position ‘sign off’..
  • The document is an approval, order, notice or certificate that requires a signature under the Local Government Act 1993. Yes. No.
  • This document should be signed with a CoSign signatures before sending..
  • The document is a legal contract or other formal agreement between Council and a third party.. No. Yes.
  • This document should be signed with a CoSign signatures before sending..
  • The letter outline the basis and grounds for a decision reached and is the primary record of the decision process and outcome.. Yes. No.
  • Consider seeking the advice of Council's governance team about whether this type of document requires a signature..
  • This document should be signed with a CoSign signatures before sending..