There's a race for a $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract underway. Here's how the government shutdown could affect it (AMZN, MSFT, ORCL, IBM)
Friday, 11 January 2019 () · *The bid for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract, a $10 billion cloud contract with the Pentagon that cloud giants are competing for, might potentially be delayed because of the government shutdown, some analysts say.*
· *Since the Department of Defense wasn't closed from the shutdown, there won't be...
It has been 21 days since the White House shut the government down because President Trump could not and cannot wrangle $5.7 billion for a border wall from House Democrats. The effects of the shutdown are being felt from sea to shining sea. Many government workers without paychecks are still expected...
While the DoD is in the process of reviewing the $10 billion JEDI cloud contract RFPs (assuming the work continues during the government shutdown), Microsoft... TechCrunch - TechnologyAlso reported by •Reuters •Delawareonline
In a study ranking states experiencing the harshest economic effects of the government shutdown, Pennsylvania came in ninth. The Ascent, a part of financial... bizjournals - BusinessAlso reported by •Delawareonline •CBS News
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