Gov Actually Episode 37: The federal government response to the coronavirus
It’s times like these that the government must rise to the occasion and provide services to impacted citizens, Gov Actually hosts Danny Werfel and Dan Tangherlini say in the latest episode of the podcast.
Court says AWS is ‘likely to succeed’ in JEDI protest
In a document made public Friday evening, a federal judge writes that AWS is "likely to succeed on the merits of its argument that the DOD improperly evaluated" Microsoft's bid.
AWS believes Pentagon is withholding important documents in JEDI protest
AWS alleges that DOD has produced a "cherrypicked record." Meanwhile, DOD wants the court to throw out key charges of political influence in Amazon's protest.
Esper denies White House pressured him on JEDI
Defense Secretary Mark Esper told reporters during a press conference at the Munich Security Conference in Germany that he "never felt pressure from the White House" to review the JEDI contract.
AWS wants depositions from Trump, Esper in JEDI lawsuit
The cloud computing company claims there are gaps in the discovery information provided by the Department of Defense about its evaluation of JEDI bids and eventual award to Microsoft.
Amazon: DOD ‘consistently and repeatedly’ erred in JEDI deliberations under Trump’s influence
"DOD consistently and repeatedly made prejudicial errors, at every step along the way, that systematically favored Microsoft and harmed AWS," the company writes in its redacted protest.