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Can Amazon convince a federal court to depose Trump over a $10 billion Pentagon contract?

February 11, 2020

Via: Fortune

A competition between Microsoft and Amazon to supply $10 billion worth of cloud computing services to the Department of Defense was decided—controversially—in October.

Despite Amazon Web Services (AWS) dominating nearly half of the public cloud market, the DoD opted to give Microsoft—whose “intelligent cloud segment” Azure is a smaller piece of the pie—the JEDI (Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure) project. Citing the President’s misgivings with Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, the tech giant responded with a lawsuit against the Pentagon claiming that the decision process was tainted by bias.

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