Jim Williams, former acting GSA administrator and partner at Schambach & Williams Consulting, discusses Amazon’s high-profile protest of the JEDI award, and what it means for cloud contracting.
Larry Allen, Managing Director at BDO USA, discusses cloud acquisition efforts at the Department of Defense, and how acquiring cloud won’t be the do-everything answer to computing solutions at the Pentagon.
Roger Zakheim, director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Foundation and Institute, discusses the importance of the JEDI award, and how funding uncertainty impacts technology at the Pentagon.
Lauren Brier, associate attorney for Government Contracting & Litigation at PilieroMazza, Stan Soloway, president & CEO of Celero Strategies, and Roger Waldron, president of the Coalition for Government Procurement discuss what happens post-award for JEDI, and the precedent set by the enormous contract.
In this edition of the Federal Beat roundtable, Jason Miller from Federal News Network and Frank Konkel from Nextgov discuss the background of the JEDI decision, and what they’ll be following as the contract goes into effect.
Larry Korb, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, Andrew Hunter, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Rick Berger, research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, detail the latest updates in the JEDI program.