Pentagon Pushes Back on ‘Misleading’ Cloud Contract Criticism

The Pentagon fought back Friday, defending the cloud-computing contract valued at as much as $10 billion that President Donald Trump has questioned and that new Defense Secretary Mark Esper is subjecting to a fresh review.
Chief Information Officer Dana Deasy told reporters at the Pentagon that he's scheduled “education” sessions for Esper on the competition that critics, including Trump, have argued is tilted to favor Inc.

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