These excerpts taken from the GPS 10-Q filed Jun 9, 2009.
Documentation shall mean all written or electronic policies and procedures relating to Services, training course materials (including computer-based training programs or modules), technical manuals, logical and physical designs, application overviews, functional diagrams, data models, production job run documents, specifications, reports, or other written materials used to provide Services under this Agreement or developed under this Agreement (as to each, whether in hard or soft copy).
Supplier shall provide the Services required with respect to all Documentation in accordance with Section 24 (Documentation) and the Functional Service Area Statements of Work and as otherwise provided under this Agreement. In addition, at no additional charge to Gap, Supplier shall provide Gap with at least three (3) copies of Documentation developed for Gap under this Agreement (or otherwise required to be provided to Gap under this Agreement and which Supplier is authorized to provide) to enable Gap to fully utilize as permitted under this Agreement the Services, Equipment, and Software.
Gap Confidential and Proprietary Information
Supplier will have access to all existing Gap Documentation on the Gap Systems, all of which shall be deemed to be Proprietary or Confidential Information of Gap. On an ongoing basis, as of the Reference Date, Supplier must document the Services it provides consistent with its best practices in sufficient detail that a qualified third party could understand the nature and scope of the Services. Subject to the licenses set forth in Section 22 (Software, Documentation and Intellectual Property), as requested by Gap from time to time, and at no additional charge to Gap, Supplier shall provide Gap with at least three (3) copies of all Documentation developed for Gap under this Agreement or required to enable Gap to fully utilize as permitted under this Agreement, the Services, Equipment, Supplier Intellectual Property, Gap Custom Intellectual Property, and Supplier Third Party Intellectual Property at least one (1) copy of which shall be in a Gap standard electronic form. Gaps standard electronic form shall utilize generally available commercial software products. Supplier shall update and maintain all Documentation on a regular basis as appropriate to the item of Documentation. When such Documentation is revised or supplemented, Supplier shall deliver a copy of such revised or supplemental Documentation to Gap within ten (10) days of its general availability, at no cost to Gap. Gap may, at any time, reproduce copies of all Documentation provided by Supplier under this Section, distribute such copies to the Authorized Users (subject to the confidentiality and non-use provisions contained herein), and incorporate such copies into its own technical manuals and subject to Section 22 (Intellectual Property) and Section 36 (Confidentiality), provided that such reproduction, use and incorporation relates solely to Gaps use of the Services or the Gap IT Environment, and copyright notices of Supplier and its licensors, if any, are reproduced thereon. Gap will be responsible for the failure of any Authorized User to comply with the confidentiality and non-use provisions contained herein with respect to any such Documentation.