Contracts – Q & A for Catering/Event Agreements

Do you have any questions regarding the use of the standard Catering/Event Pace Agreement? The following are some questions and answers, as well as additional information, that might help!

Q. When is the Catering/Event Agreement used?
A. The Catering/Event Agreement is used when conducting a Pace-sponsored event at an on-campus or off- campus location (includes agreements with restaurants, caterers, and agreements to reserve and/or purchase a block of rooms in a hotel).

Q. What contract form do I use?
A. Pace has a standard Catering/Event Rider. The Catering/Event Rider should be submitted with the Vendor’s contract. If the Vendor refuses to sign Pace’s Catering/Event Rider, submit the Vendor’s contract for legal review.

Q. What are the required documents for a Catering/Event Agreement?
A. The required documents depend on whether the Vendor will provide services on-campus or off-campus.

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Contracts – Q & A for Consultant/Vendor Services Agreement

Need assistance with any Consultant or Vendor Services agreements? Here are some questions to look at that might help!

Q. When do I use the Consultant/Vendor Services Agreement?
A. The Consultant/Vendor Services Agreement is used when an individual or company provides non-employee services to Pace.

Q. What contract form do I use?
A. If the Consultant/Vendor does not have their own contract, use Pace’s “Consultant/Vendor Agreement.” If the Consultant/Vendor has their own contract, use Pace’s “Rider to Service Agreement.” If the Consultant/Vendor refuses to sign Pace’s Rider, submit their contract for legal review without a Rider.

Q. What are the required documents for a Consultant/Vendor Services Agreement?
A. The required documents depend on whether the Consultant/Vendor is a corporate entity (i.e. Inc., LLC, PC) or not.

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Contracts – Q & A for Artistic Performance Agreements and Speaker Agreements

Have a question about using Artistic Performance or Speaker Agreements? Here are some answers to frequently asked questions!

Q. When is the Speaker Agreement required for speakers?
A. The Speaker Agreement is required for speakers when one or both of the following apply:

  • If the speaker is represented by an agency;
  • If the speaker is a prominent and high risk figure (i.e. Bill Clinton, Maya Angelou)

If the speaker is not represented by an agency and is not a high risk figure, use Pace’s Honorarium Form.

Q. When is the Artistic Performance Agreement required for artists?
A. When one or both of the following apply:

  • The individual will provide services of an artistic, theatrical and/or musical nature;
  • An agency is providing/facilitating an artist/performer

Q. What are the required documents for Artistic Performance Agreements and Speaker Agreements?
A. The required documents depend on whether the Speaker/Artist is a corporate entity (i.e. Inc., LLC, PC):

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