GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (2/10–14)

February 14, 2020

This week's Weekly Debrief covers the JEDI protest, trouble with FBO's migration to beta.SAM.gov, Trump's budget, and CISA's role in election security.

 

 

JEDI

  • Federal Times – Pentagon and Microsoft must halt work on JEDI cloud ... for now

    • ​"A federal judge ruled the Pentagon and Microsoft must temporarily suspend work on the Department of Defense’s controversial Joint Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure contract while a court hears Amazon’s challenge to the award decision.Pentagon officials planned to start work on the contract Feb. 14."

  • Federal News Network – Amazon seeks Trump testimony in JEDI Cloud lawsuit

    • ​"Amazon Web Services has asked a federal court for permission to take testimony from President Donald Trump himself as part of its lawsuit over the Pentagon’s multibillion dollar JEDI Cloud contract. According to court documents made public Monday morning, AWS is also seeking depositions from former Defense Secretary James Mattis, current Defense Secretary Mark Esper, DoD Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy, and the source selection officials who ultimately decided to award the contract to Microsoft."

 

 

GSA

  • NextGov – Federal Contracting Community Shreds FBO Replacement Site in Letter to GSA

    • ​"The transition of the federal contracting opportunities website from Federal Business Opportunities, better known as FedBizOpps or FBO, to the Contracting Opportunities page of beta.SAM.gov caused concern ahead of the migration and frustration after the move. Three months after the transition finished, the government contracting community’s anger has yet to be assuaged."

 

 

Budget

 

 

Cyber

  • FCW – CISA leans into facilitator role in election security plan

    • ​"Officials from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency often describe their role in election security as helping to coordinate and advise the larger ecosystem of election stakeholders. In a newly released strategic plan, the agency lays out its strategy for protecting the 2020 elections by largely leaning into that facilitator role, breaking down its coordination activities across four lines of effort: elections infrastructure, campaigns and political infrastructure, the American electorate and warning and response."

 

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