15 Apr 2022


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A purchasing account is a purchasing unit within your organization that you create to order and manage products and services by registering them with an MPSA. This account can be a department, an affiliate, a subset of staff, or your entire organization. To register a purchase account, you must complete a registration form for a purchase account and name a legal entity on the form. Therefore, the acquiring entity and the legal entity are bound by the terms of the MPSA. Each purchase account is registered only once and each account is assigned a sector type of commerce, science or government. You can have purchase accounts of different sector types on an MPSA. A purchase account is designated as the administrator of the contract. The contract administrator manages the MPSA, monitors the participation of other purchasing accounts in the MPSA, and can fully view the assets of all accounts. We are updating the Microsoft Services Agreement that applies to your use of Microsoft consumer online products and services. We make these updates to clarify our terms and to ensure that they remain transparent to you, as well as to cover new Microsoft products, services, and features.

The following products, apps, and services are covered by the Microsoft Services Agreement, but may not be available in your marketplace. Purchasing short-term subscriptions to certain cloud services will help you meet your short-term needs, such as. B support for seasonal workers during holiday periods or high volumes on special projects. This flexible purchase option allows you to pay only for what you need when you need it, with high prices for short-term convenience. The Microsoft Services Agreement does not apply to professional products and services, including Microsoft 365 for business, education, or government, Azure, Yammer, or Skype for Business. For more information about security, privacy, compliance obligations, and related information that applies to Microsoft 365 Business, see www.microsoft.com/trust-center/product-overview in the Microsoft Trust Center. You can deploy cloud services directly from the Microsoft Business Center, which sends an order to the partner you select for processing. Your partner will then charge you for your cloud services purchase. From the Business Center, you can manage and assign your cloud service nodes using the Online Services tile. Once you`ve processed the purchase of your cloud services, they`ll appear in your Business Center`s summary. Note that Microsoft Azure cannot be purchased through MPSA.

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