When it eventually awards JEDI, DOD will have to be totally transparent.
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.
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.
The Defense Department’s new cloud strategy, unveiled just a month ago, is essentially meaningless until the multiple controversies around its JEDI contract are settled.
In today’s Federal Newscast, after the National Coalition for Men sued, a federal district judge ruled in its favor, saying forcing only men to register for the Selective Service is unfair.
The government’s motion indicates DoD has new reasons to suspect JEDI was afflicted by an improper conflict involving Deap Ubhi, who worked for AWS both before and after his employment at the Defense Digital Service.
Pentagon decides to go ahead with another conflict of interest study. That can’t be good.