Pentagon Accepting Bids for $10 Billion Cloud Contract

Pentagon Accepting Bids for $10 Billion Cloud Contract

The U.S. Department of Defense issued a request for final proposals for a $10 billion cloud system contract.

The Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract will be award to a single provider, which many experts say will be Amazon, since the company already services the cloud system used by U.S. intelligence agencies.

Bloomberg reports the final request comes on the heels of a lobbying campaign by tech companies, including Microsoft and Oracle, that were against the contract being awarded to a single provider instead of being divided among different companies.

More Than Four in Ten Couples Disagree About Retirement Age

More Than Four in Ten Couples Disagree About Retirement Age

Mattel to Cut More Than 2,200 Jobs, Selling off Factories

Mattel to Cut More Than 2,200 Jobs, Selling off Factories