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Adobe Acrobat Sign

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Adobe Acrobat Sign lets you e-sign documents and forms, send them to others for e-signature, track responses in real time and get signatures instantly with in-person signing. The service is provided at no cost to CHOP faculty, researchers, and staff.

Adobe Acrobat Sign is the CHOP Research Institute's Part 11 compliant signature solution. If you have questions about Part 11 compliance, please visit the Office of Research Compliance.

CHOP Research Institute employees wishing to participate in Part 11 compliant and other electronic signature workflows should request an Adobe Acrobat Sign account through the CHOP Help Desk Portal.

If you will be initiating Part 11 document workflows, you are required to complete the Research Institute’s mandatory Part 11 document workflow training. Proof of training will be required before certain user permissions can be granted. Part 11 electronic signature workflows must follow the sequence outlined in the Part 11 Adobe Sign User Guide.

Additionally, it is recommended that Part 11 Adobe Sign accounts are requested for CHOP research team members who will be signing documents, even if not directly initiating signature workflows. Part 11 Adobe Sign accounts will facilitate a more streamlined authentication process for signers.

Code of Federal Regulations Part 11 Subpart-C

CHOP’s Use of Electronic Signature policy.

For more information on how to operate Adobe Acrobat Sign please visit Adobe.

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