Amazon signaled its intent to stop Microsoft and DoD from getting to work on JEDI, but its arguments for why the work should be blocked were filed under seal.
Amazon has previously hinted that it might seek to stop work on JEDI before DoD issues the first task order to Microsoft in February, but has not done so until now.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Office of Personnel Management’s inspector general says the agency is not keeping a good enough eye on the companies its contracted for identity theft protection.
Government lawyers tell a federal appeals court that Oracle’s complaints about conflicts of interest are now moot, and that DoD has plenty of ways to justify its controversial single-award decision.
Congress has ordered DoD to give losing bidders detailed information about why they weren’t chosen. DoD’s alleged failure to do that in the JEDI case may have contributed to the protest Amazon lodged in federal court.
Amazon protest stalls at the narrow bandwidth of the court filing system
DoD will use U.S. Special Operations Command and U.S. Transportation Command to test its new cloud.
Justice Department lawyers accuse Amazon of improperly redacting a “large quantity” of information from the publicly-released version of its JEDI lawsuit
In today’s Federal Newscast, a temporary outage of Regulations.gov has some agencies allowing more time for comments on certain proposed rules.
A redacted version of Amazon’s lawsuit, unsealed Friday, claims DoD took a series of politically-influenced steps to devalue its bid and elevate Microsoft’s.