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GOVERNMENT EXHIBIT P0068R
We briefly discussed these when in Tampa this week. I received some additional information regarding training and will summarize my thoughts about derivative work as well (we discussed this already).
1. Training Units: HR has the following training credits:
2. Derivative Work: My thoughts:
Let me know if you have any questions.
Joann Meyer is negotiating the contract with PSoft and had a couple of questions. Can I get your input on them?
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Derivative works are those things that we develop internally (ie customization / bolt-on's) using the Tools provided by PeopleSoft because we require that feature/function and it is not part of the delivered product and/or the product does not meet our requirement. In the old contract if we got a copyright patent on that code we had the right to sue PeopleSoft if they then incorporated that functionality into their standard product. PeopleSoft wants us to remove that language so the real question is [REDACTED TEXT]
Let me know what your thought are on this.
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