[Micronet] University Policy on Acceptable Software Licensing Agreements

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[Micronet] University Policy on Acceptable Software Licensing Agreements

Judy Dobry-2
Hi,

Can anyone point me to any University polices on acceptable terms for
software licensing agreements for packaged software?

Thanks,

Judy

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Judy Dobry
Director, Systems
Graduate Division


 
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Re: [Micronet] University Policy on Acceptable Software Licensing Agreements

David Alan WILLSON
Judy,

Good morning!  While there are several sources of policy that come into play
for software licensing, primarily Bus-43 on the procurement side of the
fence and policies around treatment of data on the IT side of the fence, I
am not aware of a synthesized source.  While your assigned buyer, who I
believe is Cherly Klos-Montalbano, is generally your best source for how to
proceed with acquisitions, I will be happy to discuss and will reach out to
you offline.

Regards,

David Willson, C.P.M., CFA
Manager, Strategic Technology Acquisition
Office of the Chief Information Officer
University of California, Berkeley
510-643-9677

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Subject: [Micronet] University Policy on Acceptable Software Licensing
Agreements

Hi,

Can anyone point me to any University polices on acceptable terms for
software licensing agreements for packaged software?

Thanks,

Judy

--
Judy Dobry
Director, Systems
Graduate Division


 
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Re: [Micronet] University Policy on Acceptable Software Licensing Agreements

Marc Buchalter
Also relevant to most software contracts is Regents Standing Order 100.4.
dd. 9.
http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/regents/bylaws/so1004.html

Most It contracts have indemnification clauses that conflict with the
standing order.  However most Software companies are willing to negotiate a
modification.


Caveat emptor!
Marc Buchalter, Senior Campus Buyer
 Phone: (510) 642-2579
Fax: (510) 642-8604


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Subject: Re: [Micronet] University Policy on Acceptable Software Licensing
Agreements

Judy,

Good morning!  While there are several sources of policy that come into play
for software licensing, primarily Bus-43 on the procurement side of the
fence and policies around treatment of data on the IT side of the fence, I
am not aware of a synthesized source.  While your assigned buyer, who I
believe is Cherly Klos-Montalbano, is generally your best source for how to
proceed with acquisitions, I will be happy to discuss and will reach out to
you offline.

Regards,

David Willson, C.P.M., CFA
Manager, Strategic Technology Acquisition Office of the Chief Information
Officer University of California, Berkeley
510-643-9677

-----Original Message-----
From: [hidden email]
[mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Judy Dobry
Sent: Friday, January 07, 2011 3:49 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [Micronet] University Policy on Acceptable Software Licensing
Agreements

Hi,

Can anyone point me to any University polices on acceptable terms for
software licensing agreements for packaged software?

Thanks,

Judy

--
Judy Dobry
Director, Systems
Graduate Division


 
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