U.S. attorneys look to close Oracle’s case against JEDI
U.S. attorneys are once again looking to cut down the company's claims of prejudice by hammering home that it did not meet basic security requirements to qualify for the acquisition.
2019 in review: The Pentagon’s JEDI cloud wars
Once again, JEDI dominated the federal IT headlines with protests, politics and, finally, an award.
Oracle continues JEDI protest after Microsoft award
Oracle is pushing ahead with its argument that the single-award format of the contract led to gate criteria that were "prejudicial."
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.