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Supplier Core Terms

  • Master Data Protection Agreement (PDF - 682 KB)

    The Master Data Protection Agreement (MDPA) replaces the Supplier Privacy and Information Security Exhibit (SPISE) in all new agreements with Cisco. The SPISE is maintained below for agreements that were formed prior to the introduction of the MDPA. Similar to the SPISE, the MDPA is intended for the: Systems Integrator Agreement, Service Provider Agreement, Vendor Services Agreement, Master Purchase Agreement, Master Service Agreement, Professional Services Subcontract Agreement, Supplier Base Agreement, Cloud Services Agreement or similar SaaS terms, Statement of Work, Service Description or Addendum related to the purchase of products and/or services, and applicable licensing and other agreements under which the Supplier has access to Protected Data, or if Supplier has access to Protected Data in the course of its performance under the applicable agreement.

  • Supplier Privacy and Information Security Exhibit (PDF - 514 KB)

    Supplier Privacy and Information Security Exhibit (SPISE) has been replaced by the Master Data Protection Agreement (MDPA) but is maintained here for agreements that were formed prior to the introduction of the MDPA - it is part of existing agreements where Supplier Services include Processing Cisco User Data, or if Supplier has access to Cisco User Data in the course of its performance under the Cisco Supplier Base Agreement.

  • Compliance with Laws and Regulations

    Supplier shall comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, statutes, treaties or orders and international understandings now in effect or hereafter enacted.

  • Import and Export Regulations

    Policies, training and education required of all Cisco suppliers to abide by global export laws and regulations.

  • Open Source Guidelines (PDF - 276 KB)

    Procedures and guidelines required when Supplier provides any deliverable that may include open source technology.

  • Security Vulnerability Policy

    Procedures and requirements for addressing Supplier security vulnerabilities.

Supplier Policies

  • Compliance with Global Anti-Corruption Policy

    Policies, training and education required of all Cisco suppliers to abide by global anti-corruption laws and regulations.

  • Environmental Health and Safety Certification

    Cisco takes reasonable and practicable steps to help ensure workplace safety and protect the environment in all aspects of its operations. To that end, Cisco has established environmental health and safety requirements that apply to all projects, processes, and operations, regardless of geographic location.

  • Supplier Code of Conduct

    Cisco has adopted the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition’s (EICC) Code of Conduct as our code of conduct for suppliers.

  • Tax Requirements

    Supplier shall ensure it selects the proper tax form for the Cisco entity with which it will do business, if applicable, and submit the tax form electronically with its completed Global Supplier Enrollment Package to its Cisco representative.

Services Specific Terms

  • Master Data Protection Agreement (PDF - 682 KB)

    The Master Data Protection Agreement (MDPA) replaces the Supplier Privacy and Information Security Exhibit (SPISE) in all new agreements with Cisco. The SPISE is maintained below for agreements that were formed prior to the introduction of the MDPA. Similar to the SPISE, the MDPA is intended for the: Systems Integrator Agreement, Service Provider Agreement, Vendor Services Agreement, Master Purchase Agreement, Master Service Agreement, Professional Services Subcontract Agreement, Supplier Base Agreement, Cloud Services Agreement or similar SaaS terms, Statement of Work, Service Description or Addendum related to the purchase of products and/or services, and applicable licensing and other agreements under which the Supplier has access to Protected Data, or if Supplier has access to Protected Data in the course of its performance under the applicable agreement.

  • Insurance Requirements for Professional Services

    If Supplier is providing professional services to Cisco, the following information relates to insurance requirements for services performed.

  • Regional Provisions (PDF - 328 KB)

    Where there are specific regional legal compliance requirements, they are now captured in this separate document.

Supplier Core Terms

  • Supplier Privacy and Information Security Exhibit (PDF - 514 KB)

    Supplier Privacy and Information Security Exhibit (SPISE) has been replaced by the Master Data Protection Agreement (MDPA) but is maintained here for agreements that were formed prior to the introduction of the MDPA - it is part of existing agreements where Supplier Services include Processing Cisco User Data, or if Supplier has access to Cisco User Data in the course of its performance under the Cisco Supplier Base Agreement.

  • Compliance with Laws and Regulations

    Supplier shall comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, statutes, treaties or orders and international understandings now in effect or hereafter enacted.

  • Import and Export Regulations

    Policies, training and education required of all Cisco suppliers to abide by global export laws and regulations.

  • Open Source Guidelines (PDF - 276 KB)

    Procedures and guidelines required when Supplier provides any deliverable that may include open source technology.

  • Security Vulnerability Policy

    Procedures and requirements for addressing Supplier security vulnerabilities.

Supplier Policies

  • Compliance with Global Anti-Corruption Policy

    Policies, training and education required of all Cisco suppliers to abide by global anti-corruption laws and regulations.

  • Environmental Health and Safety Certification

    Cisco takes reasonable and practicable steps to help ensure workplace safety and protect the environment in all aspects of its operations. To that end, Cisco has established environmental health and safety requirements that apply to all projects, processes, and operations, regardless of geographic location.

  • Supplier Code of Conduct

    Cisco has adopted the Electronic Industry Citizenship Coalition’s (EICC) Code of Conduct as our code of conduct for suppliers.

  • Tax Requirements

    Supplier shall ensure it selects the proper tax form for the Cisco entity with which it will do business, if applicable, and submit the tax form electronically with its completed Global Supplier Enrollment Package to its Cisco representative.