AWS files another JEDI complaint against Microsoft

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has mounted yet another appeal against the US government’s decision to award Microsoft the $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract, known as JEDI. Despite an earlier investigation into the procurement process finding no evidence of coercion or interference by US President Donald Trump, AWS has now submitted […]

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has mounted yet another appeal against the US government’s decision to award Microsoft the $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract, known as JEDI.

Despite an earlier investigation into the procurement process finding no evidence of coercion or interference by US President Donald Trump, AWS has now submitted a fresh appeal.

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