Today's announcement will surely invite another round of legal battles from Amazon
Microsoft confirmed today that Amazon has filed a new complaint related to Microsoft's JEDI Cloud Computing contract win.
Amazon Web Service lawsuit in JEDI cloud computing contract dispute put on hold pending further review by the Pentagon
Microsoft responds to the new Office of the Inspector Generals that clears Microsoft in JEDI win.
The US Department of Defense's Inspector General clears Microsoft's $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract win.
The DoD has begun to accelerate Microsoft Teams deployment ahead of schedule.
Could also end up costing Amazon upwards of $42 million if the courts find the current hold to be inaccurate.
Ironically, Amazon now finds itself on the receiving end of an alleged biased conclusion.
Microsoft may finally address the elephant in the room when it comes to the JEDI contract
Amazon could effectively put a halt on Microsoft's scheduled contracted work on February 11, 2020.
Protest of the outcome JEDI evaluation which primarily points the finger at President Trump's late-stage involvement that result in Microsoft's win.
With Microsoft emerging the winner of the JEDI contract after months of controversial jockeying by companies, lawsuits and governmental scrutiny, it now seems some of those losers still have issues with the outcome.