Oracle loses bid for $10 billion Pentgaon JEDI cloud contract



Oracle’s efforts to get a portion of the US Department of Defense’s $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract may finally be at an end after a US appeals court fully rejected the company’s argument that it had been wrongfully excluded from the contract. 

The decision comes after nearly a year of legal battles and another defeat for Oracle in a lower court. Oracle had claimed that the Pentagon had violated government rules in awarding the project to a single contractor. However, the appeals court found that, regardless of any issues with the award process, Oracle could not have suffered harm because it did not meet the requirements of the contract in the first place.


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