The Department of Defense Enterprise Software Initiative (DoD ESI) is conducting two-day on-site training courses which provide expert instruction from software licensing subject matter experts (SME)s on negotiating terms and conditions for software license and maintenance agreements.
Next available training dates:
- EULA Best Practices Webinar: April 23
- On-site training: Gunter AFB, AL April 30 - May 1
Throughout the government, program teams need assistance and expertise negotiating software license agreements. The participants of this training will acquire the initial skills needed to resolve conflicting terms and conditions / licensing issues and achieve effective negotiations skills to support the government’s mission. Per DoD IG Report DODIG-2013-115, all contracting personnel involved in preparing and issuing software license contracts should be required to take specialized training on using appropriate language in software acquisition contracts. The two-day on-site training course is designed to fulfill the DoD IG training requirement while the webinars are designed to provide additional targeted learning on End User License Agreements (EULA).
Day 1: Provides a broad overview of the IT industry and general concepts necessary for license negotiations.
Day 2: Provides much greater level of detail and concentration on a topic selected by the DoD or component training leadership in advance. See attached PDF for detailed course information.
Learn the importance and impact of software terms in EULAs and how to address them when negotiating with a software publisher and/or reseller. Review the best practices and government EULA terms and conditions to include FAR requirements.
To view the On-Site Course Overview, go to http://www.esi.mil/contentview.aspx?id=394&type=1.
A complete list of training dates and locations can be found on the ESI website. If you would like a class in your location, please contact Renée Rothlein at (619) 553-9618 or firstname.lastname@example.org.