December 6, 2020 by eklose
Information technology SRRPs are contractually required to assist authorized purchasers in establishing acceptable licensing agreements. Licensing agreements must be verified and approved by the DOJ if the value exceeds the threshold for verification and approval of the legal sufficiency, if the agreement is intended for national use or where it is not otherwise exempt. Every authorized buyer is responsible for ensuring that he has a licensing agreement that meets the requirements of the state (or for non-governmental organizations, authorized buyers) for any software used by his employees, contractors or agents. The use of all software is subject to a licensing agreement. This licensing agreement may have several names (EULA, ELA, EA, CLP, etc.); it may even appear as a click on a website. At the highest level, a licensing agreement sets out the conditions for the application of the software; This is the list of what the end user can and cannot do with the software and often exposes the consequences of violating the agreement.