DIU kicks off 2020 with a host of new commercial solicitations
DOD's Silicon Valley liaison currently has six very different opportunities open for response.
Gen. Hyten calls DOD software acquisition a ‘nightmare’ in pitch for requirements reform
Gen. John Hyten said that software acquisitions is a "nightmare" and needs desperate reforms, along with re-shaping how requirements are written.
DOD issues small JEDI task order for tactical-edge prep work
The task order signals that DOD is continuing to move forward with preparatory work so that it can soon fully kick off the development of an enterprise commercial cloud with Microsoft.
AWS will ask court to pause work on JEDI during protest
As DOD and Microsoft plan to kick off work under JEDI in less than a month, AWS lawyers will ask the Court of Federal Claims to issue an injunction while it settles the pending bid protest.
SAIC survives protest to hold onto $727M Air Force cloud contract
SAIC can start serving the Cloud One program now that the GAO denied a protest from incumbent Leidos.
U.S. Space Force plans first pitch day for innovative tech
The newest military branch will hold a pitch day at Patrick Air Force Base in Florida on March 4 in search of innovative solutions for installation and space operations support.
U.S. attorneys look to close Oracle’s case against JEDI
U.S. attorneys are once again looking to cut down the company's claims of prejudice by hammering home that it did not meet basic security requirements to qualify for the acquisition.
Pentagon’s JAIC needs industry help for humanitarian assistance, disaster relief
The DOD wants industry's help building a platform that makes it so "human-resources are not required to constantly watch the sensor, but they can be cued to respond when something of interest is identified."
2019 in review: The Pentagon’s JEDI cloud wars
Once again, JEDI dominated the federal IT headlines with protests, politics and, finally, an award.
Inside Palantir’s support of the Army’s massive data problem
The Silicon Valley data analytics software company will support Army's Vantage program after a $110 million OTA award.