The Pentagon is working to scrap a $10billion cloud computing contract.

United States of America’s Department of Defense (DoD) revealed this in a statement on Tuesday.

DoD said, “With the shifting technology environment, it has become clear that the Jedi Cloud contract, which has long been delayed, no longer meets the requirements to fill the DoD’s capability gaps.”

It further added that it would seek new proposals “from a limited number of sources”, including Amazon and Microsoft who had at first had the contract rotating among then.

Microsoft won the massive Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (Jedi) contract but complaints its tech rival Amazon fill a claim that President Trump had influenced the decision stating political motivates.

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