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Oracle claims Amazon offered jobs to Pentagon officials working on the $10B JEDI contract

bizjournals Wednesday, 15 May 2019
Oracle Corp. stepped up its attack on Amazon Web Services in a new court filing last week, claiming the Seattle company promised bonuses and jobs to three Pentagon employees who were handling the government’s $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure project. Oracle’s latest, 125-page filing adds new details to Oracle’s claim that Amazon.com promised Department of Defense officials Deap Ubhi and and Anthony DeMartino jobs and bonuses if they helped the company’s bid. Amazon also…
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