Oracle Software Framework Agreement
The Oracle Software Framework Agreement is an all-of-government contract that allows eligible government agencies to buy new software licences, cloud services and appliances from Oracle under standardised terms.
This all-of-government agreement covers existing and new licensing of Oracle’s software, cloud service and appliances catalogue.
The establishment of government agencies as a single customer has created an economy of scale and an ability to negotiate considerable benefits including:
- discounted rates on all on-premises products and cloud services
- ability to transfer licences between agencies and authorised parties
- ability to reinvest legacy on-premises licensing in cloud services
- option for agencies to take up a new, unique support service.
Te Tari Taiwhenua Department of Internal Affairs (DIA)
Adopting the service
Eligible government agencies can adopt the Oracle Software Framework Agreement by contacting the lead agency and signing an affiliate sign up form.
The Oracle Software Framework Agreement is not a common capability agreement, which means your organisation may need to consider a primary procurement to procure goods and services from the Oracle Software Framework Agreement. Please refer to the Government Procurement Rules for further advice.
Agencies buying new licences or cloud services are required to undertake procurement obligations and any risk and assurance requirements.
To transfer your existing software licences to this agreement contact your DIA relationship manager.
Lead Agency Agreement summary
- Managed Service
- All of Government
Lead Agency Agreement details
DIA has entered into an agreement with Oracle to supply software licences to eligible government agencies.
The initial contract began in August 2016 and expired in August 2019, with the option to renew for an additional 2 years. The Agreement was renewed for an additional 2 years in August 2019. The 2-year renewal has been extended by DIA and now expires in December 2021.