Term and Conditions of Registration
Repc Ltd is part of the Microsoft Registered Refurbishment programme that allows eligible individuals and organisations to access discounted Microsoft software. Repc Ltd uses this registration form to allow individuals to sign up and confirm their self-assessed eligibility. Individuals and organisations registering with Repc Ltd and completing this form on behalf of themselves or their organisation are declaring that they have read and understood the eligibility criteria and consider themselves/their organisation eligible for the discounted software available under the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher programme provided through Repc Ltd.
The categories and requirements to meet the ‘Microsoft Registered Refurbisher’ programme eligibility are outlined below. It is the responsibility of all applicants to review and check the information carefully before confirming if they are applicable to you or your organisation by signing the declaration. Individuals are required to check the ‘Specially Approved Recipients’ section:
Eligible Recipient Categories
There are three types of ‘Eligible Recipient’ defined in the Microsoft Program Agreement:
- Eligible Academic Users
- Educational institutions that
- Accredited academic institutions; or
- Vocational institutions; or
- Provide educational services to children;
- Serve at least ten children; and
- Have been in operation for at least one year.
- Administrative offices of an
educational institution that are:
- District, regional, state, provincial or national administrative offices;
- Organised and operated exclusively for administration purposes; or
- Government groups whose activities primarily consist of providing administrative support for educational institutions.
- Public museums that:
- are organized primarily for educational or aesthetic purposes;
- have a professional or volunteer staff; and
- own or use real objects, care for them and show them to the public on a regular basis.
Eligible Academic Users are not eligible for Citizenship Office Products.
2. Eligible Charitable Organisation
Non profit and nongovernmental organizations must hold recognized, charitable status as defined in their countries in order to be eligible for a software donation. Eligible organizations will operate on a not-for-profit basis and have a mission to benefit the local community that could include, but is not limited to:
- Advancing education
- Improving social welfare
- Preserving culture
- Preserving or restoring the environment
- Promoting human rights
- Establishment of civil society
Eligible Charitable Organizations may receive PCs through the program preinstalled with:
- Windows XP Professional
- Windows 7 Professional
- Microsoft Office 2007
3. Technology Access Programs and Qualified Individuals
Technology Access Program (“TAP”) is a term used by Microsoft to describe the many different programs that are run by a variety of organisations around the world to benefit disadvantaged people. Individuals supported by a TAP may receive citizenship licenses provided that they meet the criteria in the Program Agreement for a Qualified Individual. These are:
- In a community with limited access to technology; and
- With a disability; or
- A member of a low-income family. Examples of ways to identify low-income include those
i. Receiving state benefits based on need;
ii. Receiving aid from an Intergovernmental Organization (“IGO”);
iii. In a country defined as a low-income economy by the World Bank.
If you think you are eligible, create an account on our shop and under ‘My Account‘ you can find the information and application form.