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End User acceptance sign off

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I am looking for recommendations / forms I can use as a "End User Acceptance agreement" to have Departments sign off on when a critical issue has been fixed and it's been up to them to make sure that the fix in place is up to par with what there original problem was.
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by:GirardAndrew
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You should also add a feedback survey form. An electronic one should suffice. Information such as that should help improve your service.
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I am looking to see examples of a End User acceptance form.
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WaterStreet earned 500 total points
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Goraps,

See if the attached Acceptance Form meets your needs.
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WaterStreet Acceptance form Notice-of-Service-Request-Comple.doc
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