U.S. Court of Federal Claims
AWS will ask court to pause work on JEDI during protest
As DOD and Microsoft plan to kick off work under JEDI in less than a month, AWS lawyers will ask the Court of Federal Claims to issue an injunction while it settles the pending bid protest.
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.
AWS files JEDI protest under seal
It appears potential political influence will be at the center of Amazon's argument.
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.
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.