When it eventually awards JEDI, DOD will have to be totally transparent.
The Court of Federal Claims is scheduled to hear oral arguments from government, AWS and Oracle lawyers on July 10 over JEDI, DoD’s $10 billion cloud procurement.
Justice Department and Amazon Web Services attorneys filed separate responses highlighting what they say are false or misleading claims made by Oracle in its Court of Federal Claims protest.
Oracle filed a new motion for its protest of DoD’s JEDI cloud procurement after new details emerged on Amazon Web Service’s job offer to two former officials.
Paul Tatum, senior vice president of Solution Engineering – Public Sector at Salesforce, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss case management, collaboration, and how his company can help federal agencies integrate and store data in a safe and secure cloud.
The Air Force’s new BRICE app means a change in technology and talent management.
Federal agencies are no longer adopting cloud computing simply because of cloud-first policies or the need to reduce data centers.
Patricia Davis-Muffett, director of Public Sector marketing for Amazon Web Services joins host Mark Amtower on this week’s Amtower Off Center for a wide ranging discussion of GovCon marketing. She also gives a preview of the upcoming AWS Public Sector Summit that begins on June 10th.
Oracle filed an amended complaint to the Court of Federal Claims that provides more details to what it alleges a deep conflict of interest in the development of the $10 billion JEDI cloud program.
The Court of Federal Claims lifted a stay the Defense Department requested after new evidence of conflicts of interest. Oracle’s bid protest lawsuit is expected to reach a conclusion by July 15.