Specifications include, but are not limited to: nder the general direction, in writing, of the Executive Director of CAEATFA, or his or her designee, the Master Servicer agrees to provide services as described. Note the pilots are in various stages of program implementation; the specific workload and deliverables associated with a specific pilot will correspond to those stages once the Master Servicer is under contract. Given the various stages of development, the Master Servicer must be able to accommodate any pre-existing business rules and infrastructure, as described herein, to ensure there is no break in services under the Pilot Programs. In addition, given the rigorous public process CAEATFA undertakes to develop and improve the Pilot Programs, the Master Servicer should expect some variances and modification to operational processes to accommodate stakeholder input and lessons learned in pilot design throughout the term of the Contract. The selected Master Servicer will be expected to provide input and recommendations on operational functionality for the pilots currently under development, to help identify efficiencies and cost savings. It’s currently anticipated that the majority of early activity under the pilots will be off-bill, with on-bill repayment servicing being offered as an optional functionality.