Buying Oracle products and services
The Oracle arrangement aims to make it easier for entities to purchase Oracle products and services.
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What is this arrangement?
The arrangement makes buying Oracle products and services easier for Australian Government entities. It provides benefits and pricing not previously available for all entities.Back to top
Who this arrangement is for
- Non-corporate Commonwealth entities must use this arrangement when they buy Oracle products and services.
- Corporate Commonwealth entities and state and territory governments may choose to opt into this arrangement.
Products and services included
All Oracle’s products and services are covered by the arrangement are:
- software licensing and software support
- hardware acquisition and hardware support services
- services, (for example, development, contractor services, training, managed services, transition in services, project services, systems integration services and data migration services)
- cloud services.
Using this arrangement
The Arrangement is now available to contract with Oracle (and mandated for NCEs effective immediately).
For NCEs that already use Oracle, you will need to transition your existing arrangements to this arrangement to comply with the Commonwealth Procurement Rules.Back to top
These arrangements are part of the Australian Government’s ICT Coordinated Procurement Arrangements. The Oracle whole-of-government arrangement is a contractual agreement between Oracle Corporation Australia Pty Limited and the Commonwealth of Australia, as represented by the Digital Transformation Agency (DTA). The strategic arrangement was signed on 25 November 2020.
The Oracle arrangement provides pricing discounts and licensing conditions for all entities contracting under the Arrangement.
Government buyers who use this arrangement must still comply with the following policies and processes:
- Digital Sourcing Framework for ICT Procurement
- Commonwealth Procurement Rules
- Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013
- Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule 2014
- their organisation’s accountable authority instructions.