Your Cart

Breaking Defense

/

Court of Federal Claims

Oracle’s Hail Mary Appeal Against JEDI

Posted by Barry Rosenberg on


DoD graphic

Oracle says a federal judge called the procurement “unlawful” — but that word doesn’t actually show up once in his 60-page ruling. And that isn’t Oracle’s only problem.

read entire article

Oracle vs. Pentagon: Why Judge Approved A Single Vendor For JEDI Cloud

Posted by Barry Rosenberg on


The release of the full 60-page ruling provides new insights on how Judge Bruggink decided the case.

read entire article

Why Judge Denied Oracle Suit On JEDI

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


Oracle photo

Judge Bruggink ruled on two key grounds — technical requirements and conflict of interest — but was silent on a third: whether the Pentagon’s plan to award the JEDI contract to a single vendor is fundamentally flawed.

read entire article

Lockheed Drops JLTV Suit; DOT&E Knocks Reliability

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: Lockheed Martin just dropped its suit against the government for awarding the giant Joint Light Tactical Vehicle contract to truck-maker Oshkosh. Why now? “After careful deliberation, Lockheed Martin has withdrawn its protest of the JLTV contract award decision in the Court of Federal Claims” was all the company would say. But it turns out… Keep reading →

read entire article

JLTV: Lockheed Set To Sue Gov’t Over Withheld Documents

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


WASHINGTON: The world’s largest arms maker, Lockheed Martin, is about to take the government to court over the contract to replace the Humvee. When the Army awarded the first 17,000 of a projected 55,000 Joint Light Tactical Vehicles to Oshkosh in August, losing bidder Lockheed filed an administrative protest with the Government Accountability Office. But… Keep reading →

read entire article