Murray Comments on Judge’s Finding of Possible Error in Award of Disputed JEDI Contract

11 March 2020 Washington Business Journal News

Partner Frank Murray was quoted in a Washington Business Journal article, “Could JEDI injunction signal corrective action? There’s no simple answer,” about the redacted release of a judge’s order halting work on a $10 billion Pentagon cloud-computing contract to Microsoft Corp. that an Amazon subsidiary is contesting.

Murray said if a judge finds an issue so material it would justify a preliminary injunction based in part on the likelihood of a successful protest, it would normally prompt the agency to take corrective action. 
“I would say yes, in the abstract, it normally would,” he said.

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