The JEDI saga continues: Court denies motion to dismiss AWS protest of political interference
The JEDI protest has been pretty dormant for most of 2021, at least from the public's perspective. And this motion shows the lawsuit, which began in late 2019, isn't over yet. But it could be over soon.
Pentagon: JEDI could be in jeopardy if court doesn’t dismiss political bias allegations
If it doesn't, it could "bring the future of the JEDI Cloud procurement into question," forcing the department to consider a different approach.
Amazon’s latest push to overturn Microsoft’s JEDI award
Amazon says it offered the Pentagon what it believes to be technically superior cloud services at a lower price than rival Microsoft under the Pentagon's $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract.
CIA quietly awards C2E cloud contract possibly worth billions
The secretive agency quietly awarded the contract to five of the largest cloud providers in the world.
Tech leaders send congratulations and policy priorities to Biden
In a letter sent on Monday, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna laid out the policy initiatives the company seeks to collaborate with the incoming administration.
Awaiting JEDI, Pentagon finds ‘new homes’ for missions that need cloud now
The Air Force's Cloud One program is one of those new homes to "allow us to move forward," CIO Dana Deasy said.