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The Microsoft Products and Services Agreement (MPSA) is a transactional licensing agreement for commercial, government, and academic organizations with more than 250 users.The best way to license Microsoft on-premises software, cloud services, or both is with no organization-wide commitment under a single, non-expiring agreement.Software Assurance is not mandatory.

Purchases of Microsoft cloud services, software, and Microsoft Software Assurance are consolidated under the Microsoft Products and Services Agreement.A Purchasing Account structure is provided for organizations with 250 or more users.

The MPSA is available in a number of countries.

A Purchasing Account is a buying entity within your organization that you create to order and manage products and services.This account can be a department, an affiliate, a subset of personnel, or your entire organization.To register a Purchasing Account, you have to fill out a form and name a legal entity.The purchasing entity and the legal entity are connected.Each account is assigned a sector type for commercial, academic, or government when it is registered.You can have purchasing accounts for different sectors.The Agreement Administrator is a Purchasing Account.The Agreement Administrator is in charge of theMPSA, oversees the participation of other purchasing accounts, and can view assets across all accounts.

Yes.Without having to register a new Purchasing Account for your buying entity, you can have multiple partners on a single purchasing account.

Yes.A Purchasing Account can be added to an existingMPSA.Purchasing Accounts are independent of each other, so a customer can have a mix of commercial, government, and academic accounts if they each satisfy the definition of an affiliate of the legal entity that signed theMPSA.For more information, contact a licensing solution provider.It is possible to become a Qualified Education User or Volume Licensing for Government.

Yes.A Purchasing Account can be added to an existingMPSA.For more information, contact a licensing solution provider.There is a single price level for government and academic organizations.Eligibility for Volume Licensing for Government can be found here.Eligibility for Volume Licensing for Government can be found here.

Yes.It is now possible to have multiple organization types on one agreement with the use of Purchasing Accounts.

Yes.Purchasing and benefit management are available.Existing Software Assurance coverage and benefits from another Volume Licensing program are unaffected by a newMPSA.The Software Assurance can be found through theMPSA.

You don’t have to have an entry minimum to purchase through theMPSA.To maintain purchasing eligibility at Level A, you must purchase a minimum of 500 points or cloud services for at least 250 users within each active product pool by the compliance anniversary date.The one-year anniversary of the month in which you first sign yourMPSA is the compliance anniversary date.Minimums may be subject to country specific rules.You choose an account type when you register a purchasing account.Product points are grouped into product pools for each account type as you make purchases.The price level for each product pool is determined by the collective volume.Both Account 1 and Account 2 are commercial.Account 1 buys 500 licenses for Microsoft Office and Account 2 buys 200 licenses.The price level is determined by the purchase volume of 700 licenses and points.

Purchases made through theMPSA in Purchasing Accounts are aggregated and continuously factored into point minimums per pool to achieve the most beneficial price level for commercial organizations.The next discount price level for a pool is attained when the pool meets the annual point minimums.The discount is given to the order that qualifies you for the next threshold.The new price level for future purchases is automatically given to all subsequent orders with the same account type.

Buying short-term subscriptions for select cloud services helps you address your short term needs, like supporting seasonal workers during holiday seasons or high volumes during special projects.Premium pricing for the short-term convenience allows you to pay for only what you need.

You can view your licenses through the Microsoft Business Center.The Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) can be used to view software licenses.After your licenses and cloud services are fully covered by the MPSA, all of your purchases will be visible in a single tool.If you have questions about your licensing position, contact your partner.