GNI Cloud G Suite Program Application
The GNI Cloud G Suite Program is currently closed.

Terms & Conditions exclude the following companies:

(i) resident of a US embargoed country,
(ii) ordinarily resident in a US embargoed country,
(iii) otherwise prohibited by applicable export controls and sanctions programs from participating in the program,
(iv) employed by a government-owned or taxpayer-funded entity,
(v) a nonprofit or educational organization,
(vi) a current paying G Suite customer,
(vii) part of a news organization of more than 500 employees at the parent company level.

Additional Terms and Conditions apply:

We will strive for a balanced distribution of G Suite licenses to eligible applicants, including geographic balance. Therefore, not all eligible applicants may be selected for the program given the limited supply of licenses. We are partnering with leading news associations globally. Applicant must be a member of one of these organizations or their equivalents so that we can vet their eligibility. (see application for list of associations)

The G Suite Credit (“Credit”) is subject to valid registration and acceptance of a G Suite account with satisfaction of any applicable eligibility requirements including acceptance of the applicable terms of service. You will be responsible for all usage in excess of the received Credit and you may not be notified once the Credit is exhausted. The Credit is non-transferable to domains outside of the one stated on the application and may not be sold or bartered. The Credit is valid for a limited time only and expires on the date indicated when you receive the applicable Credit code or on such date as designed by Google (in which case the earlier date applies). Google reserves the right to cancel the Credit or change these terms at any time. You are responsible for determining the applicable tax treatment of receiving the Credits and for paying all applicable taxes. Offer void where prohibited by law.
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