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Missions can be found on the Contract Manager application on the mobiGlas. They come in multiple varieties, can form mission chains, offer rewards and potentially have branching outcomes. Some missions are procedurally generated from lists, while others are predefined. With the Contract Manager, after carefully reading all the information, you can apply for and accept job offers directly from your mobiGlas. Once you have accepted a contract, from the Accepted tab you will be able to see a detailed list of objectives, and can now also track and untrack contracts to have it sync with your Skyline app, as well as cancel contracts already in progress. microTech and mobiGlas do not endorse or guarantee any contracts listed in the Contract Manager and are not responsible for any risks associated with accepting uncertified contracts. microTech and mobiGlas are not accountable for any and all repercussions related to abandoning contracts.

The Contract Manager has five tabs:

  • Primary: This tab gathers and displays available local contracts which have been Business and Labor Administration (BLA) certified to meet UEE and local law requirements.
  • Personal:These are offers being sent to your account specifically. Users are encouraged to be cautious accepting unsolicited contracts from unknown sources. The same subcategories from Primary also apply to Personal.
  • Accepted:Once you accept an offer, the contract is moved to this tab so that you can quickly access important information relating to it.
  • History:When a contract comes to end, either through successful completion or by other means, the record of it is kept here for reference.
  • Beacons


These are typically offers used to coordinate and schedule in person meetings.

Bounty Hunter

Contracts to pursue and track down specific, possibly dangerous individuals.


Contracts received through the Emergency Communication Network system.


Transport-related contracts to move cargo and goods between locations.


Used by insurance companies and individuals to acquire information. Also utilizes a data submission tool to allow users to submit applicable information to the client from the Accepted tab. Users may choose to submit their data to the client at any point, whether the matter has been fully investigated or not. Any complications to arise from this are the solely the responsibility of the user.


Jobs that require manual labor and trade skills such as repair work or hazardous material handling.


Offers in which the contractor is expected to have combat training, such as escort and security work.