DoD’s Inspector General OK’s $10 Billion JEDI Award to Microsoft

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But Inspector Typical says he was blocked from assessing Trump’s impact

The Department of Protection (DoD) Inspector Typical today found that the department’s controversial determination to award the mega-JEDI cloud agreement to Microsoft rather than Amazon was “was reliable with applicable regulation and acquisition criteria.”

In addition, the Inspector Typical lashed out at DoD procurement officers, expressing they “improperly disclosed resource assortment and proprietary Microsoft info to Amazon” and “failed to thoroughly redact names of DoD resource assortment team users in the resource assortment stories that ended up disclosed to Amazon and Microsoft.”

Did Trump Impact the Contract? “Couldn’t Say”

The Inspector Typical admitted, even so, that his team was not able to evaluate any White Home impact on the JEDI cloud procurement after Trump’s team declined to solution concerns about any communications it may have had on the agreement.

The report notes: “We could not assessment

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