Oracle systems contract

The contract offers a supplier to provide Oracle cloud, license software/support and services.


This contract offers a supplier to provide Oracle cloud products, software and services. This includes Oracle Software as a Service, database management, security, business intelligence, finance, purchasing, project management, logistics and asset management.

Lead agency: Department of Government Services

Conditions of use: Non-mandatory

Contract reference number: DPC-ICT-05-2020

Arrangement type: Sole supplier

Start date: 30 November 2020

End date: 29 November 2026

Key benefits

Key benefits include:

  • cost-effective discounts across the Victorian government
  • a simple method to procure Oracle products
  • standard contract terms

What’s covered?

This contract covers new software and ongoing software support for Oracle services:

  • Oracle cloud offerings
  • middleware software
  • technology software
  • business intelligence software
  • financial software
  • purchasing software
  • project management software
  • logistics and supply chain software
  • asset management software
  • training and documentation software
  • policy automation software
  • analytics and performance management software

Organisations can request other services with the approval of both Oracle and the category manager.

Supplier details

Name: Oracle Corporation Australia Pty Ltd
ABN: 80 003 074 468
Address: Level 5, 417 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3000
Contact name: Jeremy Grace
Role: Account Director - State Government
Mobile: 0418 350 205

How buyers join this contract

Buyers need to request access to the Digital Marketplace to join this contract.

How buyers use this contract

Anyone using this contract must follow the rules of use:

Step 1: Find the products you need

Get contract and pricing information through the Digital Marketplace.

If you need to buy a significant amount of software, contact the category manager first. 

If Oracle and the category manager agree to approve any new products not in the price list, this can take up to 3 weeks.

Step 2: Conduct a price review

Use the contract and pricing information through the Digital Marketplace to identify the overall cost of the products you need.

Conduct a desktop analysis to compare the chosen product price and any associated costs with other sources.

The prices shown in the contract are the maximum prices. Buyers should always consider if there is an opportunity to negotiate a lower price.

Step 3: Get approval

Follow local Agency procurement process to get financial approval.

Step 4: Submit purchase order

Following your internal approvals, return approved quote to Oracle.

When the purchase order is accepted, Oracle will sign the purchase order contract and return a copy.

Software transfers

Any software acquired under this contract can transfer to another organisation.

Oracle users group

You can attend the regular Oracle users' group meeting to discuss any issues or questions. Contact the category manager for more information.