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AWS, Google, Microsoft and Oracle all acquire parts of Pentagon’s USD 9B JWCC cloud computing contract

By ET Bureau - December 08, 2022 1 Mins Read


The Pentagon has announced that Amazon Web Services Inc., Microsoft Corp., Google LLC and Oracle Corp. have each been awarded a share of a USD 9 billion cloud computing contract that will run through 2028.

The U.S. Defense Department will receive enterprise-wide cloud computing capabilities under the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability contract, spanning all of its domains and classification levels. According to reports, the four businesses were vying for individual task orders. Last year, they were mentioned as potential candidates for the multicloud, multivendor contract.

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After the cancellation of a previous contract known as the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, which also sought to provide the DOD with commercial cloud capabilities, the JWCC contract was made public in July 2021.

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