The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has established a Unified Digital Instructional Procurement Plan (UDIPP). This Plan ensures companies offering various digital instructional software, licenses, or online subscriptions meet District requirements. The UDIPP contains four (4) sections: Educational; Information Security and Single Sign-On (SSO); Student Data
Privacy; and Learning Management System. All instructional applications requiring the use of student data (including data used for signing into the application) and individual logins by students and staff, must have an approved UDIPP on file with the District in order to be used in LAUSD schools and classrooms.
Vendors are expected to adhere to the policies of the District’s Contractor Code of Conduct regarding doing business with the District. These policies can be found at the link below. UDIPP applications found to contain untrue or misleading information in any of the four (4) required evaluation areas may subject the applicant to suspension and/or debarment actions that prevent the submitting vendor from participating in District procurements.