The legislature is trying to revive the case of collusion against Amazon in JEDI
NOTE: This story was first published on FCW.com.
Two Republican lawmakers are urging the Department of Justice and the Pentagon to reopen a conflict of interest investigation between former Amazon employees and advisors and the government architects of the Department of Defense’s $ 10 billion cloud computing program, Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI).
Senator Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., Heads of antitrust subcommittees in their respective chambers, sent letters to Attorney General Merrick Garland and Acting Inspector General of the Department of Defense Sean O’Donnell and Jeff on May 4 Bezos, CEO of Amazon, requesting information, documents and, in the case of the Justice Department, an investigation into possible anti-competitive behavior by Amazon Web Services.
“We are worried…