With cloud awardees named, DOD prepares to implement competitive task order process

By Briana Reilly / December 8, 2022 at 5:30 PM
With four vendors now selected to provide solutions under the multibillion-dollar Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability program, the Pentagon is focusing on releasing sub-orders to drive competition under what one official described as the "first-of-its-kind" contract. The Defense Department announced Wednesday that Amazon Web Services, Google, Microsoft and Oracle -- companies that had previously been invited to pitch proposals for JWCC -- were all selected to be on contract for the military’s up-to-$9-billion multicloud environment, making them eligible to vie for...

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