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Judge sides with Amazon, halts Microsoft's Pentagon contract

CBS News Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
Amazon had alleged it lost the $10 billion military cloud contract because of bias from President Donald Trump.
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Microsoft's Pentagon Cloud Contract Is Halted by Court Due to Amazon Protests The Pentagon awarded Microsoft the 10 year, $10 billion contract, known as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI). Amazon was also in contention for the contract. The U.S. military intends to use JEDI as a...

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