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Pentagon may reconsider aspects of cloud contract - court ruling

Monday 20 April 2020 | 10:08 CET | News
last week from starting on the Pentagon's Jedi cloud-computing contract, a federal judge has now said the Pentagon can reconsider aspects of the multibillion contract, a move opposed by Amazon, the Wall Street Journal reported. 

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Countries: United States
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