Amazon likely to win $10B Pentagon contract – Google, IBM, and Oracle aren’t happy

The Pentagon announced the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) project earlier this year, prompting a feeding frenzy among big tech companies eager to get the lucrative contract. Appetites have curbed a bit amid accusations the JEDI contract wasn’t ever up for grabs. Project JEDI is a $10 billion defense contract for a single commercial provider to build a cloud computing platform to support weapons systems and classified data storage. Despite the big tech bidding war, to hear Oracle and IBM tell the story, Amazon‘s had it in the bag all along. Oracle filed a pre-award bid protest with the Government…

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