Recruitment management is all about putting your time and effort in the items that are most productive. There is no use putting your time in something that does not produce. So before putting a big chunk of your time and effort in something it is a good idea to test it. Try to make a prototype, get your recruiter to show you that he will put the effort to recruit, test to see how responsive your client is. There is no use working with a recruiter or a client if they do not what I call jump through hoops. Your recruiter has to show you she will return calls, respond to your emails, post up the ad. Your client or vendor has to show you they will do the same. If not, you can't work with them and you must encourage them to find another team. For more information on this topic, www.business-schools.org offers business related courses, recruitment management included.
I have not fully tested it yet, but I have found a new way to simplify the signauture process on agreements. There is this website called EchoSign.com that allows users to electronically sign documents.
This prevents situations where you have to print and fax or print and scan.