House appropriators still ‘concerned’ about JEDI
With Democrats in charge of the panel now, the message is still the same as it was in 2018: Appropriators want more information about why the Pentagon wants JEDI to be a single-award contract.
Date set for oral arguments in Oracle’s JEDI lawsuit
Once the case is settled, DOD would soon after be cleared to make an award to one of the two vendors — Microsoft and AWS — that meet the procurement’s “competitive range” requirements.
Oracle continues to cite AWS-Pentagon ties in revamped JEDI lawsuit
The new complaint comes after the Pentagon concluded last month that there are no conflicts of interest surrounding the ongoing Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) procurement.
Judge lifts stay in JEDI protest, says award won’t come before July 19
The judge's new proposed schedule forbids the Department of Defense from awarding JEDI no sooner than July 19.
No conflicts of interest in JEDI cloud acquisition, DOD finds
The Pentagon announced that just AWS and Microsoft meet "competitive range" requirements for the contract.
New VA CIO Gfrerer lays out timeline to migrate 350 apps to the cloud
The VA will move hundreds and hundreds of apps to the cloud in the next five years, and that's just half of its portfolio.