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San Francisco's IT committee keeps track of the legal distribution of its software with this policy, which includes tracking software inventories and maintaining dedicated systems for support.
The city and county of San Francisco Committee on Information Technology (COIT) uses this policy to ensure that software use complies with all applicable laws. The policy establishes procedures aimed at preventing unlawful acquisition, reproduction, distribution or transmission of commercial computer software. These procedures include taking inventories of software installed on computers and developing and maintaining systems designed to keep track of software licenses.
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