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SAP Cloud Framework Agreement

The SAP Cloud Framework Agreement (CFA) provides a pan-government contract that allows eligible government agencies to buy SAP cloud software and professional services under standardised terms.

Service description

This pan-government agreement covers SAP’s full cloud portfolio supporting the intelligent agency, including public and private cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP), citizen experience and engagement, platform and data management, innovation and analytics platform, human capital management and payroll.

The agreement also covers professional services.

Service url

www.sap.com/australia

Benefits

The SAP Cloud Framework Agreement leverages New Zealand government as a single customer and simplifies contractual processes which will save your agency time and resources.

Lead Agency

Te Tari Taiwhenua The Department of Internal Affairs

Status

Operational

Adopting the service

Eligible government agencies can adopt the SAP Cloud Framework Agreement by contacting the lead agency and signing an affiliate sign-up form.

This 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 SAP Cloud Framework Agreement.

Please refer to the Government Procurement Rules for further advice.

Contact subscriptions@dia.govt.nz.

Lead Agency Agreement summary

  • Managed Service
  • All of Government

Lead Agency Agreement details

The agreement covers SAP cloud software and professional services. The agreement will take effect from May 2019 for an initial term of 3 years, with the option to renew for a further 2 periods of 2 years.

Supplier information

SAP New Zealand Limited

Director, Public Sector: Nick Quin

nick.quin@sap.com

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