U.S. Court of Federal Claims
Amazon files another JEDI protest — this time against Pentagon’s corrective action
Amazon has filed a second JEDI bid protest, this time objecting to ambiguity in the DOD's proposed corrective action for the cloud contract.
Pentagon’s corrective action an attempt to ‘gerrymander’ JEDI in Microsoft’s favor, AWS says
Amazon Web Services filed a response opposing the Department of Defense's recent motion to remand the case and re-evaluate parts of its departmentwide enterprise cloud contract.
DOD wants to re-evaluate parts of JEDI
In the motion filed Thursday evening, the Pentagon asks the court to remand Amazon's protest of the JEDI contract to the department for 120 days so that it can "reconsider certain aspects of the challenged agency decision."
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.
AWS defends its motion to stop JEDI work during protest
Amazon Web Services filed a motion Wednesday, as expected, for a temporary restraining order against the performance of any substantial work under the JEDI until the company's bid protest is settled.