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This Agreement governs Customers’ access to and use of Derco Aerospace, Inc.’s (“Derco”) web-based eSolutions Customer Portal (the “Customer Portal”).
“Contracts” - Any and all present and future contracts, agreements or letters, the terms of which imply a commitment of the Customer and/or Derco other than the present Agreement, such as purchase orders, confidentiality agreements, contracts for the supply of goods or services, and procurement/sale agreements.
“Customer” - Any company, organization, including government organization, or individual accessing the Customer Portal.
“Customer Data” - Any and all data, information and other material made accessible and available by the Customer to Derco through the Customer Portal.
“Data” - Collectively the Derco Data and the Customer Data.
“Databases” - Any and all collections of independent works, data, or other materials arranged in a systematic or methodical way and individually accessible by electronic or other means by the Customer through the Customer Portal.
“Designated Users” - Employees of the Customer proposed to access and use the Customer Portal, subject to and in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
“Services” - Any and all information, data and functions that may be made available to the Customer through the Customer Portal, subject to this Agreement.
“Derco Data” - Any and all data, information and other material made accessible and available by Derco through the Customer Portal.
“Specific Terms and Conditions” - Terms and conditions that supplement or modify these General Terms & Conditions with respect to a given Service.
“System Equipment” - Any equipment, including hardware, software, and connections, used by Derco to provide the Services on the Customer Portal through the Internet.
2.1The purpose of this Agreement is to define the terms and conditions under which Derco will permit the Customer to access and use the Customer Portal and to benefit from certain Services offered through the Customer Portal.
2.2Access to and use of certain Services may be subject to the Customer’s acceptance of additional Specific Terms and Conditions.
2.3The Customer Portal may be used by the Customer for the purpose of exchanging information with Derco and entering into Contracts with Derco for certain Services. This Agreement shall not be construed so as to interfere with the Specific Terms and Conditions of any such Contracts. In any case, the Specific Terms and Conditions of the Contracts shall prevail over the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
2.4The Customer Portal shall be used for professional or business purposes only, and the parties shall exchange Data through the Customer Portal for such purposes only. Activities directly or indirectly related to spamming are prohibited on the Customer Portal.
2.5Orders placed by Customer through the Customer Portal shall be subject to Derco’s then current Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale, or such other Specific Terms and Conditions as may be agreed upon by the parties.
3.1Derco hereby grants to the Customer a worldwide, personal, non-exclusive and non-transferable right and license to access and use the Customer Portal, for the purposes identified in Article 2.3 and 2.4 above, pursuant to, and for the duration of, this Agreement. The Customer shall not fully or partially assign, sublicense, or subcontract any of its rights or obligations under this Agreement without the prior written consent of Derco.
3.2No right, other than that set forth in Article 3.1 above, is granted to the Customer under this Agreement, and the Customer shall not, directly or indirectly, extract, reproduce, display, adapt, modify or translate all or part of the Customer Portal, the System, or the Databases, nor create any derivative work therefrom, nor use the Customer Portal for any purpose other than those identified in Articles 2.3 and 2.4 above.
3.3The Customer Portal, the System, the Databases, and the Derco Data shall remain the sole property of Derco.
4.1The Customer shall be responsible for its employees’ compliance with this Agreement, including compliance by the Designated Users. The Customer shall ensure, at its own expense, that the Designated Users are qualified and properly trained to perform on behalf of the Customer under the Agreement.
4.2In order to assure that access to the Customer Portal is limited to Designated Users with a legitimate need for access in order to accomplish permitted purposes, the Customer shall inform Derco promptly of: (i) any change in the employment status of Designated Users, including, without limitation, extended leave, termination, reassignment, or resignation from the Customer; and (ii) the termination or expiration of any and all Contracts, for the performance of which the Customer uses the Customer Portal. In any of these situations, the Customer shall immediately cancel the affected Designated Users’ access to the Customer Portal, notwithstanding any right of Derco to cancel such access; provided, however, that termination of some, but, not all of the Contracts described in item (ii) shall not require the cancellation of access of any Designated Users who need to access the Customer Portal in connection with any pending Contracts.
4.3Without prejudice to its other rights and without prior notice, Derco may restrict or suspend access to the Customer Portal, in whole or in part, by any or all of the Designated Users if: (1) any Designated User fails to comply with any provision of this Agreement or with any applicable laws or regulations; (2) Derco determines, in its sole discretion, that continued access by such Designated Users’ presents a risk of harming the interests of Derco or may result in a breach of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, any confidentiality or security provision herein; or (3) failing to do so would result in a violation by Derco of any of their respective contractual commitments with third parties or applicable laws or regulations.
5.1The Customer, at its own costs and under its sole responsibility and liability, shall procure, install and maintain the information technology equipment necessary to access the System and the Customer Portal. The Customer shall use due care and diligence, employing state of the art means, to prevent intrusions into the System or the Customer Portal by any third party and of viruses, logic bombs, worms, or the like.
5.2The Customer is responsible for obtaining and maintaining any relevant authorizations, and accomplishing any and all relevant formalities, as may be necessary under any applicable law for the Customer to have access to and benefit from the Customer Portal, and will perform its own obligations under this Agreement and under any applicable laws and regulations.
6.1Derco has agreed to make reasonable efforts to make the Customer Portal accessible seven (7) days a week and twenty-four (24) hours a day. Should your access to or use of the Customer Portal be interrupted during the duration defined in Article 11, Derco has agreed to take reasonable steps to restore the access to the Customer Portal. Nevertheless, Derco cannot and does not guarantee that the Customer Portal will be accessible seven (7) days a week, twenty-four (24) hours a day.
6.2Derco at any time and without notice, may suspend, temporarily or permanently, access to all or part of the Customer Portal:
6.3Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, should the Customer be unable for any reason to access the Customer Portal for more than twenty-four (24) consecutive hours or for a period which would prevent timely performance of a Contract requiring the use of the Customer Portal, the Customer shall notify Derco, and they shall determine together alternative solutions.
Except as otherwise set forth in this Agreement or in Purchase Orders, all information made available by Derco through the Customer Portal shall be deemed confidential information (except for information which may be accessed in the public area of the Customer Portal) and shall not be disclosed by the receiving party to any third party and shall not be used for any purpose other than those identified in this Agreement. The Customer acknowledges that any breach of this provision could cause irreparable, material damage to Derco, that an action for damages may not be an adequate remedy for said breach, and that Derco may bring an action for equitable relief, including an action for an injunction on its own behalf.
8.1 The Customer Portal enables the Customer and Derco to exchange or have access to the Data, for the purpose of conducting business between them and/or performance of the Contracts.
8.2 The Customer shall have access to and use of the Derco Data solely to the extent, and pursuant to the terms and conditions of, this Agreement.
8.3 Except as otherwise agreed in this Agreement, the Customer, during the term of this Agreement and for internal use only, may make hard copies of the Derco Data received for the purposes identified in Articles 2.3 and 2.4 of this Agreement. The Derco Data received for such purposes, and any hard copies made therefrom, may be processed by and circulated only to the employees of the Customer on a need-to-know basis and solely for the purposes identified in Articles 2.3 and 2.4 of this Agreement.
8.4 The parties shall ensure that all proprietary rights and confidentiality legends set forth on the original document are replicated on any reproduction, translation, or adaptation made thereof. Any translation or adaptation shall expressly state that it is a derivative from the original document. The Customer shall not remove or alter any such legend.
8.5 The Customer shall exercise due care and employ state of the art means to assure that the Customer Data does not permanently or temporarily disturb or disrupt the operation or the use of the System, the Customer Portal, or the Database.
8.6 The Customer shall immediately notify Derco of the occurrence or possible occurrence of any disturbance of the type referred to in Article 8.5 above. If Derco becomes aware of any such disturbance, it may, without notice and without prejudice to its other rights, delete the Customer Data at issue from the System or cause it to be deleted from the System.
8.7 If any invention or development is made by the Customer while accessing and using the Customer Portal or exchanging Data with Derco, then that invention or development becomes the sole property of Derco, except to the extent the parties may agree otherwise.
9.1 Derco and, where applicable, the Customer shall comply at all times with their respective obligations, if any, under any applicable law relating to data protection (including protection of personal data files or personal data automated processing systems, to the extent applicable).
9.2 The Customer acknowledges and agrees that Derco may request personal data directly from the Designated Users in connection with the Customer’s access to and use of the Customer Portal.
10.2Limitations on Derco's Obligations
10.3Non Recourse and Indemnity
Customer shall have no recourse against Derco whether by way of rescission, set-off, or any other suit or action whatsoever, for any loss, liability, damage or cost, which may at any time be suffered or incurred by Customer by reason of the exercise of any of the rights or licenses to the Services granted to Customer hereunder, or by reason of the institution, prosecution or defense of any such suit, or on account of proceedings concerning any rights licensed hereunder. Customer shall indemnify and hold Derco harmless from all liabilities, demands, damages, expenses (including attorney's fees and costs), or losses to or of Customer, or other parties, arising out of or in connection with the use of the Services through the Derco Customer Portal and which may be occasioned in whole or in part by the fault or negligence of Derco. Customer’s obligation to indemnify and hold harmless shall include the obligation to defend at its own cost and expense, any and all suits which may be brought upon any such liability or claim or claims, including any claim of strict liability in tort, and to satisfy, pay and discharge any and all judgments and fines that may be recovered in any such action or actions.
11.1 Use of Derco’s Customer Portal constitutes acceptance of this Agreement, which shall remain in effect so long as such use continues.
11.2 If the Customer breaches any of its obligations under this Agreement, Derco, without prejudice to any of its other rights and without prior notice, may immediately suspend the Customer’s access to the Customer Portal or terminate this Agreement.
12.1 Orders placed by Customer through the Customer Portal shall be subject to Derco’s then current Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale, or such other Specific Terms and Conditions as may be agreed upon by the parties.
12.2 An Annual Compliance Assurance Certification will be required at the time of order, if not already on file with Derco.
12.3 Derco’s quotations are valid for 60 days unless otherwise noted. Each order is subject to a $50 USD line minimum and a $250 USD order minimum. All orders are subject to prior sale and final review of terms and conditions upon order submission. Actual lead times may vary upon order placement.
12.4 All quotations are contingent upon the resulting order or award not being subject to any flow down of U.S. Government contract requirements (i.e., priority rating, FAR, DFARS, DLAD clauses, etc.). Derco reserves the right to re-price its quote or disclaim its validity in the event any U.S. Government contract requirements or any new or different terms are included in the resulting order or award.
12.5 Any necessary Quality Codes or requirements must be explicitly referenced on the face of the order. Derco expressly rejects any quality requirements incorporated by reference to external websites unless the specific Quality Codes or requirements are explicitly referenced on the order.
12.6 Requests for a Lockheed Martin Hologram component must be specifically indicated. Unless a part is identified as a Lockheed Martin Hologram part on Derco’s quotation (condition code FN - LMH), Derco is certifying the part as military only.
13.1 Neither party may assign this Agreement without the prior written consent of the other party, except that Derco may assign all or part of its rights or obligations hereunder to any affiliate.
13.2 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary elsewhere herein, Derco may subcontract any of its obligations under this Agreement without prior notice.
13.3 This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties with respect to access to the Customer Portal and use of the Customer Portal for the Services and supersedes any prior and contemporaneous negotiations and agreements, oral or written relating to this subject, unless specifically provided otherwise herein. This Agreement shall not be modified except by written amendment signed by the duly authorized representatives of both parties.
13.4 Any provision of this Agreement determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be unlawful or unenforceable under applicable law shall be severed from the Agreement, to the extent required by such law, and rendered ineffective insofar as possible without modifying the remaining provisions. Where, however, the provisions of any such law may be waived, the parties hereby waive them to the fullest extent permitted by such law, with the result that the provisions of the Agreement shall be valid, binding and enforceable. The parties agree to replace, so far as practicable, any provision which is unlawful or unenforceable with another provision having substantially the same effect (in its legal and commercial content) as the replaced provision, but which is not unlawful or unenforceable. The invalidity, in whole or in part, of any provision of this Agreement shall not void or affect the validity of any other provision.
13.7 The Customer Portal is maintained and controlled by Derco in the State of Wisconsin, United States. Derco makes no representation that materials on this site are appropriate or available for use at other locations outside of the United States, and access to this site from territories where this site's contents are illegal is prohibited. If Customer accesses the Customer Portal from locations outside the United States, Customer is responsible for compliance with all local laws. The laws of the State of Wisconsin shall govern the content and use of the Customer Portal, without giving effect to any of the conflict of law principles or rules thereof.
13.8 All website design, text, graphics, and the selection and arrangement thereof, are the property of Derco Aerospace, Inc. Any text or images bearing the symbols ™, ©, SM or ® are trademarks or registered trademarks and are used herein by permission of their respective owners.
13.10 Communications and notices exchanged by the parties under this Agreement shall be deemed to be valid notices and accorded the same recognition and effectiveness as if transmitted by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested.
This Agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with the plain English meaning of its terms, and the construction thereof shall be governed by the laws of the State of Wisconsin, United States, excluding Wisconsin's choice of law provisions. All disputes, controversies, claims, or suits brought in connection with this Agreement shall be resolved exclusively in a court of competent jurisdiction residing in Wisconsin.
THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS ARE INCORPORATED IN THEIR UNMODIFIED ENTIRETY BY REFERENCE INTO ALL CUSTOMER TRANSACTIONS VIA THE CUSTOMER PORTAL UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED IN WRITING BY MUTUAL AGREEMENT OF THE PARTIES. ANY BINDING MODIFICATION OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SHALL REQUIRE (A) THE INITIALS OF EACH PARTY’S AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE ON EACH PAGE OF THIS DOCUMENT, AND (B) THE DATED SIGNATURE OF AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF EACH PARTY IN THE SPACE BELOW.