(DoD photo by Master Sgt. Ken Hammond, U.S. Air Force.)

Inspector General’s Office Elaborates on Scope of Latest JEDI Probe

The Inspector General’s office elaborated Tuesday on the scope of its recently launched investigation into the contentious Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud computing contract and the nature of the team conducting the probe.

A multidisciplinary team at the IG’s office will dig further into allegations of conflicts of interest, putting an indefinite pause on what was to be this month’s delivery of the potentially massive contract to modernize military computing infrastructure to either Amazon Web Services or Microsoft.

The IG began investigating the JEDI award in June. It was referred to that watchdog’s office after a previous internal investigation conducted directly by Department of Defense staff found the integrity of the procurement process was not impacted.

Read more at CRN

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