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10/31/2019
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An AWS protest of JEDI isn't such a sure thing

The clock is ticking. Amazon Web Services, after losing the competition for the Pentagon's JEDI cloud contract to Microsoft, has 10 days to decide if it will protest. While many believe it's a given the company will file a protest with the Government Accountability Office, several procurement and IT experts say there's a good chance it won't. Why? It depends on the quality of the debriefing and whether AWS wants to risk damaging its relationship with a customer as big as the DOD. Billy Mitchell has more.


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