From a technical sense, it is duplicated content. Another word for content that appears on every page on your site is "boilerplate".
Duplicating content internally on your site is a common practice. Pretty much every website does so. Search engines (including Google) do not penalize for having some content on each page that appears on other pages.
Google even says that internally duplicating content will never incur a penalty. If they encounter two pages on your site with the exact same content, the only action they are likely to take is to choose only one of them to index. As long as each page on your site has some paragraphs of unique content in addition to the boilerplate, Google will index that page.