Pandemic pushed National Cancer Institute to commercial software for telemedicine, CIO says
The institute switched to Microsoft Teams for telemedicine amid the pandemic because it was quick to scale, cheap and user-friendly.
Citing JEDI, a top Microsoft executive calls for reform of contract protests
Microsoft is not happy it has been frozen out on JEDI due to a grueling protest. Its president said others should not have to face the same.
NASA sends AI to space with first commercial edge computing system
AI is going to space on a new HPE high-performance commercial computer.
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.
2020 in review: Pentagon leads federal DevSecOps efforts
The Department of Defense leads the rest of government but often finds itself creating specific programs to work down tech debt for analyzing weapon systems.
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.