The Oracle agreement is in effect until May 31, 2019.
Products licensed under this agreement are permanently licensed. If, in the future, this agreement lapses and is not renewed, departments will be able to continue to run licensed products at the version current as of the termination of the agreement.
For additional information and details, please refer directly to the agreement.
- Oracle Master Agreement 2004
- Oracle Master Agreement - Amendment One
- Oracle Master Agreement - Amendment Two
- Oracle Master Agreement - Amendment Three
- Oracle Master Agreement - Amendment Four
- Oracle Master Agreement - Amendment Five
- Oracle Master Agreement - Amendment Six
- Oracle Master Agreement - Amendment Seven
- Oracle Master Agreement - Amendment Eight
- Appendix B - Global Price List
- Appendix C - Price List Supplement
- Appendix D - Migration Matrix
- Appendix E - Sample Ordering Document
- Appendix F - Professional Services Rates
- Appendix G Part 1, Part 2 - Professional Services Ordering Documents
- Appendix H - Education Unit Rates
- Appendix I - Affiliates
Note for health institutions: The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) Oracle agreement contained certain provisions specific to health institutions. Under this new agreement, those provisions have been lifted. Specifically, health institutions can use covered products for clinical applications and are no longer subject to discount caps (in other words, the full discount applies the same to academic as well as health institutions).
Adjustments to Site License counts
Campuses who have purchased site licenses can purchase additional licenses at the same pricing as the initial purchase if their headcounts change. The UT System must purchase such license corrections annually for the system-wide site licensed items if the headcounts used to purchase the initial licenses increase by more than 10%.
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