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Six Months After Suit Between Them Settles, GSA Ends Contract with Oracle

The General Services Administration is terminating a lucrative contract held by Oracle Corp., determining it is "not in the government's best interest" to continue the relationship. The move comes six months after Oracle paid $200 million to settle the GSA’s...
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Oracle Settles Government Contract Complaint for $199 Million

Technology / Internet : BoomTown (3 years ago)

Software giant Oracle has agreed to pay $199.5 million plus interest to settle a complaint by the U.S. General Services Administration. The case stemmed from a 1998 contract in which Oracle agreed to sell software licenses and techn... Read Post

Oracle To Pay $199.5M To Settle Charge It Ripped Off Uncle Sam

Technology : The Tech Trade (3 years ago)

Oracle has agreed to pay the government $199.5 million plus interest to settle a lawsuit filed by the Justice Department alleging the company overcharged the government’s General Services Administration for software and services. Th... Read Post

Federal Agency GSA Moving To Google Apps Agencywide [TNW United States]

Technology : The Next Web Blog (4 years ago)

The General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded a $6.7 million five-year contract to Unisys Corp under the Alliant Governmentwide Acquisition Contract, which, partnered with Google and others, will move the entire agency into ... Read Post


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