WASHINGTON – Pentagon officials are considering unplugging the star-crossed JEDI cloud computing project that is embroiled in a lawsuit by
and continues to be criticized by the legislature.
The Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract was awarded to
in 2019 via Amazon, which has since challenged the award in court.
A federal judge last month declined the Pentagon’s motion to dismiss much of Amazon’s case. A few days later, Assistant Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks said the department would review the project.
“We need to assess where we are in the ongoing JEDI litigation and see how the division is doing best,” Ms. Hicks said at an April 30 security conference hosted by the nonprofit Aspen Institute.
Their comments followed a Pentagon …