Oracle is pressing ahead with its legal battle against the multibillion dollar cloud contract despite DoD's surprise decision to award the deal to Microsoft.
The Defense Department made its award, but the JEDI story doesn't end here.
The highly-anticipated cloud computing contract will be worth more than $200 million in its first two years, Defense officials said. But the massive award still faces legal challenges.
In today's Federal Newscast, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington obtained hundreds of emails showing VA officials questioned the Mar-A-Lago crowd's influence on electronic health record modernization.
The Defense Department’s controversial contract for an infrastructure-as-a-service platform enters the net round of protests with Oracle filing a motion with the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
The Pentagon IG said a "multidisciplinary team" is conducting an investigation into potential improprieties, and plans to issue a report "as expeditiously as possible."
Federal News Network asked three legal experts to review and comment on the Court of Federal Claims’ decision on the protest of DoD’s JEDI cloud procurement.
There are still a lot of unanswered questions about the future of the Pentagon’s JEDI Cloud contract. One of the biggest is whether Oracle will continue its legal challenge.
In today's Federal Newscast, a bill in the House would replace the Windfall Elimination Provision which currently cuts Social Security benefits for federal retirees who worked in a private sector job and also receive a government pension.
A federal judge ruled the Pentagon's JEDI contract ran afoul of a law that requires large ID/IQ contracts to go to multiple vendors. But Oracle can't win its lawsuit on that basis.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Office of Management and Budget has given agencies a timeline to switch from paper records, to electronic records.
Tom Kennedy, vice president of Federal at Rubrik, joins host John Gilroy on this week's Federal Tech Talk to discuss data management, data storage and how a system like Rubrik can help federal agencies with those tasks.
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.