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Oracle Appeals Court of Federal Claims Ruling on DoD’s JEDI Cloud Contract

Oracle Corp. has begun the process of appealing a federal judge’s ruling that tossed out the company’s months-long legal challenge of the Defense Department’s mega-cloud contract known as JEDI.

The firm filed paperwork with the Court of Federal Claims on Monday saying it intended to appeal the court’s July decision, which found that Oracle had no legal standing to challenge the contract.

Dorian Daley, the general counsel for Oracle, said in a statement that the matter is one of procurement integrity, and that the company intended to take its case to the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

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