- DOD sent a memo to Congress saying the JEDI deal with Microsoft could be “challenged” if the Amazon litigation drags on.
- If canceled, DOD could give new awards to multiple clouds, including Amazon, an analyst said.
- AWS is currently the only cloud provider for another DOD contract.
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The Department of Defense sent a memo to Congress last Thursday warning that it could abandon the massive $ 10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract it had awarded Microsoft if it failed legal protest from Amazon is dragging on. In the memo, the department cited their “urgent, unmet requirement” for an enterprise cloud solution.
Federal Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith will decide in the coming weeks whether Amazon’s complaint that President Trump did not properly influence the procurement process will move forward. This includes Amazon’s discovery motion, which may have the president deposed …