On August 31, 2009, the Commonwealth entered into a series of agreements with Oracle that, as a whole, will significantly reduce the prices paid by Commonwealth entities for Oracle products. These agreements were accomplished through the work of many individuals at the Operational Services Division, the Administrative Office of the Trial Courts, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, the Executive Office for Transportation and Public Works (now part of the Department of Transportation), and the Information Technology Division.
The negotiations for this project spanned several months. The following outlines the projected savings for the Oracle Project over a five year timeframe. The chart refers to ULA (Universal Licensing Agreements) participating entities; Administration & Finance, Executive Office of Transportation, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development and the Trial Courts.
Documents Related to the Oracle Project
Please note: the following are in a scanned PDF format for legal purposes. If you can not view these documents or have any issues with accessing this content, please contact Michelle Burwell for assistance.
Oracle Ordering Document for the Trial Courts file size 1MB
Oracle Ordering Document for the Executive Office for Administration and Finance file size 2MB
Oracle Ordering Document for the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development file size 1MB
Oracle Ordering Document for the Executive Office of Transportation file size 1MB
Payment Schedule and Payment Plan Agreement
The attached chart shows ULA commitments and cost recoveries from the four ordering departments:
Oracle ULA/PeopleSoft ELA Cost Analysis
If you have any questions regarding the content on this page, please contact Linda Hamel, General Counsel for the Information Technology Division.
Created February 8, 2010: Information provided by ITD's Legal Office
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