Workhorse Group, an electric vehicle company on the Postal Service's shortlist to manufacture its next-generation delivery vehicle fleet, is ending its legal battle against USPS and contract award recipient Oshkosh Defense.
Postal Service and Justice Department attorneys are asking a federal court to dismiss an electric vehicle company's bid protest over USPS's next-generation delivery vehicle contract, on the grounds that the vendor failed to exhaust all of its administrative appeal options before filing the bid protest in June.
Defense officials said Tuesday they were cancelling the multibillion dollar sole-source contract. In its place, they will launch a new acquisition process that's expected to include awards to Amazon, Microsoft, and potentially other cloud producers.
DoD and Amazon Web Services intend to keep fighting in court over JEDI, but have very different ideas about how the case should proceed.
The ruling by the Court of Federal Claims means Amazon will be allowed to present evidence that the multi-billion dollar award to Microsoft was tainted by improper political interference.
Industry procurement experts say a new ruling by the Court of Federal Claims continues to spark debate over the rule of two requirement for small business contracting.
Lawyers for Microsoft and the government are asking a federal court to dismiss key portions of Amazon’s lawsuit over the Defense Department’s JEDI Cloud contract, in a nutshell, because the claims in question were raised too late to be legally viable.
The court decision likely paves the way for the Navy to transition to the new NGEN contract, though Perspecta may still take its case to an appellate court.
In today's Federal Newscast, a federal court has denied the government's request to dismiss a class action suit over the partial government shutdown that ended in January of 2019.
Defense officials say they re-evaluated revised proposals from Amazon and Microsoft, but ultimately wound up re-affirming October's original award to Microsoft.
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit agreed entirely with a lower court that had previously rejected Oracle's JEDI challenge.
A federal judge has granted the Defense Department’s request to revise and reconsider at least some parts of its controversial JEDI Cloud procurement.
AWS objection argues DoD's corrective action plan doesn't go far enough, and that it should be forced to reopen and reconsider multiple aspects of the contract.
The National Treasury Employees Union had argued it was unconstitutional for the IRS to force tens of thousands of workers to process tax refunds without pay. The union is appealing the decision.