Oracle appeals federal court’s JEDI dismissal
The company filed a motion to appeal a U.S. Court of Federal Claims decision last month denying Oracle's lawsuit against the Department of Defense's development and handling of JEDI.
DOD’s Deasy sets record straight: JEDI has not been ‘paused’
That said, an award won't happen in August, the CIO clarified.
JEDI complaints under review by new Defense secretary
Mark Esper's "examination" comes after a host of Republican lawmakers asked him and other administration officials to delay the award of the contract.
Court deems single-award justification for JEDI ‘flawed’ in opinion rejecting Oracle lawsuit
While Judge Eric Bruggink found the Pentagon's justification to use a single-award contract to be "flawed," it ultimately didn't matter for Oracle's argument because it couldn't make a competitive bid for JEDI.
Trump says White House taking ‘very strong look at’ JEDI cloud acquisition
But, a group of Republicans who sit on the House Armed Services Committee is urging the president to not bring the contract to a halt.
Court denies Oracle’s protest in JEDI case
A Court of Federal Claims judge issued an order in favor of the Department of Defense and intervenor Amazon Web Services, denying Oracle's lawsuit Friday morning.