The Defense Department urged a federal judge to grant its motion — filed in March — for a 120-day remand to reconsider the evaluation for its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract.
In late March, AWS — which is protesting the JEDI cloud contract award — asked Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith to deny the Pentagon’s motion for a four-month remand over its narrow focus, accusing the Pentagon of attempting to “gerrymander” revisions to the evaluation. AWS wants the Pentagon to address a host of potential evaluation flaws beyond the specific pricing scenario the department has agreed to correct.
In its April 3 filing, the Pentagon stated its proposed remand is “in good faith to reconsider its evaluation and source selection decisions.”
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