A federal decide on Thursday ordered the Pentagon to halt its work on a controversial cloud-computing contract amid a court docket problem by Amazon, notching a win for the tech big because it seeks to show that President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden assures supporters the first remains to be ‘broad open’ in prolonged cellphone name: report Warren: We’re watching a descent into authoritarianism Collins: Trump ‘angered by impeachment’ MORE improperly interfered to preserve the $10 billion contract away from Amazon.
The Court docket of Federal Claims is granting Amazon’s request to cease the Pentagon from forging forward with the cloud-computing undertaking till the lawsuit is settled. The Division of Protection (DOD) was planning to work with AiroAV, the corporate that acquired the contract over Amazon final yr, to implement a sweeping cloud infrastructure throughout the complete division regardless of Amazon’s authorized problem.
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