153.16 Medical Board Employee Benefits

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Available Medical
Board Employee
Benefits Boilerplate
Agreements1
What_triggers_the_use of this agreement? When is it used?Who are the drafters?Who needs to review the document prior to execution2? Who signs for MoDOT?3 Is acknowledge-
ment by a notary public required?
Link to Available Instructions
Executing Signature Approval as to Form Attestation Signature
ME08_Actuarial_
Consulting_Agreement
Current contract is with Aon and they perform:
a.) Annual and semi-annual actuarial valuations for the Plan.
b.) GASB 45 post-employment actuarial review (upon request, priced separately) for the Plan.
c.) Perform other consultant services as requested.
Assistant Counsel, Risk & Benefits Director, Employee Benefits Manager, or Safety and Claims Manager. Coordinated with GS. Chief Counsel's Office, Risks & Benefits Director, Safety & Claims Manager & EB Manager. The Director, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer, or Assistant Chief Engineer Chief Counsel's Office Commission Secretary's Office No Risk & Benefits SharePoint
ME09_Administrative_
Services_Agreement
This is our agreement with our Medical care provider, Coventry to extend the contract period. Assistant Counsel, Risk & Benefits Director, Employee Benefits Manager Chief Counsel's Office, Risks & Benefits Director, & EB Manager The Director, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer, or Assistant Chief Engineer Chief Counsel's Office Commission Secretary's Office No Risk & Benefits SharePoint
ME10_Addendum This is our agreement with our Medical care provider, Coventry. Assistant Counsel, Risk & Benefits Director, Employee Benefits Manager Chief Counsel's Office, Risks & Benefits Director, & EB Manager The Director, Chief Engineer, Chief Financial Officer, or Assistant Chief Engineer Chief Counsel's Office Commission Secretary's Office No Risk & Benefits SharePoint
1 Use the eAgreements site to find and begin drafting the corresponding boilerplate agreement.
2 Any agreement that is changed from its original form must be reviewed by CCO. Please refer to EPG 153.1.4 Step 3, Chief Counsel’s Office (CCO) Review and throughout EPG 153 for guidance on when to contact CCO. When in doubt, do not hesitate to contact CCO for guidance.
3 Can also be found in the Execution of Documents Policy
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