Information Technology, the Purchasing Office, the Office of the General Counsel, and the University Budget Office collectively review and negotiate the best purchase price and best license terms for campus departments and individuals when procuring technology products and services. The review works to further reduce the potential for undesired consequences and risks associated with the incorrect use of the purchased product or services by the Marshall University community and its affiliates. The review also seeks to confirm the elimination of duplication and data interiority for the university community.
- What are we looking for in a review?
- When should a review be submitted?
- What will I need to provide when I submit a final request for review?
- What items are required from the vendor in addition to the items above?
- Are there times when a product or service does not require the review process?
- Who is involved with the review process?
- Do all software titles/technology tools have terms/agreements?
- Who has the authority to sign and authorize the agreements on campus
- How much time does the review process take?
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