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The U.S. Department of Defense wielded its JEDI powers to procure public cloud services with a diplomatic end to a feud between Amazon and Google to win the multi-billion dollar contract. The DoD broke up a $9 billion contract between the top four cloud providers – Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Oracle – for the  Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability initiative, which will bring the defense branches – Air Force, Army... Read more…

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December 1, 2022

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