US Defense Department asks federal court for 120 days to re-examine certain aspects of JEDI cloud contract

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The Department says it wants to re-evaluate a pricing clause, in particular

The US Department of Defense (DoD) has asked the Court of Federal Claims to allow it to re-examine certain aspects of its JEDI cloud contract with Microsoft. In a filing to the court on Thursday...

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