So when I tried to signed the CLA for my company, it failed and Google told me that "Please have an authorized executive sign this document. ..."

To me it's not quite clear their definition of authorized executive. How do I get autorized if I am the only employee or I am the boss. By default, Google use Docusign for digital signature and I just signed the default signature (which is generated by Docusign automatically)

So here's my question:

  1. How do you signed it? It would be really great if someone has experience on this.

  2. There is a required field "title" which is unclear to me. What kind of information should I fill in this field. ( I filled in "Mr")


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    "Title" here likely means "Job title within the organization". I think Google is expecting something like "CEO" or "Business owner" or similar, indicative of a position that has the authority to broadly assert that "each employee of the Corporation designated by You is authorized to submit Contributions on behalf of the Corporation.". – apsillers Aug 24 '16 at 15:44

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