Pentagon finds no conflicts in JEDI acquisition; only Amazon, Microsoft in competition for award

April 10, 2019 at 2:05 PM
A Defense Department investigation has found no conflicts of interest tainted the integrity of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure acquisition, and DOD has identified proposals from Amazon and Microsoft as the only two bids in the "competitive range" eligible to win the award, worth up to $10 billion. The Pentagon launched the investigation amidst Oracle America's lawsuit in the Court of Federal Claims challenging DOD's decision to make just one award for the JEDI program. The investigation centered...

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