Oracle protests $10B JEDI cloud contract in Court of Federal Claims
Oracle has now filed a pre-award injunction with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims protesting the $10 billion military cloud of the future, JEDI.
$8B DEOS award could come in April — but how many awards?
There's still no word on whether it will be a single or multiple awardee procurement.
DOD technology decisions reflect need to keep pace globally, cyber official says
To meet the technology demands of the era of great power competition, the DoD will have to change the way it buys and sustains its arsenal.
DARPA wants to take a look at blockchain’s security rules
Defense officials want to take a deeper look at the protocols used to validate information on a blockchain and how they are designed.
Air Force’s Kessel Run has admirers elsewhere in the military
Other parts of the DOD have noticed the Air Force's success with the agile software acquisition program Kessel Run, and they want it too.
Oracle’s JEDI cloud contract protest denied
This decision signifies that, at least in the eyes of GAO, JEDI complies with procurement laws and regulations.
Alphabet, Microsoft leaders named to National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence
The new group, created by the fiscal 2019 defense authorization bill, will review the ethical considerations of using AI for defense purposes.
What does Amazon HQ2 in Northern Virginia mean for federal IT?
It could create a talent shift that reshapes federal IT contracting as it currently exists.
DOD’s new chief data officer says talent is the ‘biggest single challenge’ he faces
And here's how Michael Conlin intends to tackle it.