U.S. Court of Federal Claims
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.
JEDI lawsuit paused as DOD investigates ‘new information’ on conflicts of interest
"DOD can confirm that new information not previously provided to DOD has emerged related to potential conflicts of interest," a Pentagon spokesperson told FedScoop.
IBM’s protest of $10B JEDI cloud contract dismissed
The effort to derail the single-award contract is now in the hands of Oracle, protesting it in the Court of Federal Claims.
Oracle protests $10B JEDI cloud contract in Court of Federal Claims
Oracle has now filed a pre-award injunction with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims protesting the $10 billion military cloud of the future, JEDI.