DOD 'Flaws' Open Door For JEDI Appeal

By Daniel Wilson (July 31, 2019, 8:43 PM EDT) -- Oracle may have lost its recent protest over the Pentagon's procurement process for the $10 billion JEDI cloud system contract, but a judge's finding of a "flawed" solicitation could open up several potential avenues for an appeal.

While U.S. Court of Federal Claims Judge Eric G. Bruggink made clear that he didn't think Oracle America Inc. had been prejudiced by mistakes the U.S. Department of Defense had made while soliciting bids for the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure deal, those mistakes could form the basis of an appeal.

Given the amount of money at stake, Oracle may be encouraged to glom on...

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