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Ordering Open To: DON Navy, Marines and Coast Guard. Only DON funding may be used that has Treasury Appropriation Symbol (TAS) "17" or "97X4930 - where Navy Working Capital Funds (NWCF) directly support Navy Requirements. Please visit the external website below for additional ordering instructions. Publisher: Microsoft Type: - ELA External Website: https://navy.deps.mil/peoeis/sites/pmm110/microsoft/default.aspx Brand Name J&A Required: No
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Agreement Overview


Two separate Microsoft ELA ordering vehicles are available. To access them, navigate to the PEO-EIS website* and click on "BPA & ATTACHMENTS". There you will find the following options:

• DON ESL MS II 01 June 2015 - 31 May 2018: This Department of the Navy Microsoft Enterprise Licensing Agreement (ELA), valid through 31 May 2018, consolidates previous Microsoft Enterprise Licenses, thus optimizing cost savings by leveraging the full purchasing capacity of the Department. Acquired licenses and SA must be compatible and interoperable with existing DON hardware and technology equipment. BPA information, Ordering Instructions and the Product Catalog are found in this folder.

• DON ESL MS III 01 June 2018 - 31 May 2021: Due to the Microsoft II ELA expiring in mid-2018, the SSC Pacific DON ESL program awarded a separate Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) titled DON ESL MS III for Microsoft on 4 May 2018 to Insight Public Sector which is a three-year agreement with a period of performance from 1 June 2018 to 31 May 2021. This BPA is for licensing only and can be leveraged by DON employees for on-premises network access, Office 365 pilots, and full transition to the Microsoft Cloud. BPA information, Ordering Instructions and the Product Catalog are found in this folder.

*NOTE: When navigating to the PEO-EIS site, make sure to choose your EMAIL CAC Certificate.

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