Under the Microsoft Enterprise License Agreements (MELA), you may qualify for free online E-Learning courses, training vouchers and other benefits. When accessing your account at the Microsoft Volume LIcensing Service Center, be sure to check what benefits you are entitled to. If you need assistance, please contact your Microsoft Large Account reseller (LAR).
The Department of General Services, Procurement Division (PD), has entered into a cooperative agreement with the County of Riverside based on their Request for Proposal for the acquisition of Microsoft software enterprise licensing and maintenance (upgrades). As a result, the PD has established Software Cooperative Agreements (SCA) with certain authorized resellers for State department's use.
The following contractors are authorized resellers for Microsoft Enterprise License Agreements (MELA) Software. Consulting, training and installation services are not available under these contracts.
| Agreement No.
|| Crayon Software Experts, LLC
|| Insight Public Sector, Inc.
|| PCM Gov, Inc.
|| SHI International Corp.
|| SoftwareOne, Inc.
To view these agreements, go to Cal eProcure (State Contract Search)
Microsoft Office 365 User Instructions
The Department of General Services, Software Licensing Program (SLP) has added Microsoft Office 365 to the Microsoft Software Cooperative Agreement (SCA)/Microsoft Enterprise License Agreement. Per Technology Letter 16-01, procurement of Microsoft Office 365 Cloud Services will only be available through the California Department of Technology.
State departments are instructed to read the User Instructions below for ordering information:
Work at Home License (WAH) and Home Use Program (HUP)
State departments should use their own disretion in determining whether a Work at Home License and the Home Use Program are a viable fit for their business model.
Note: Employee purchase benefits are not available under the SCA contracts.