Google v. United States

Order and Opinion Granting Motion for Preliminary Injunction

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Google has protested the Department of the Interior's sole source designation of Microsoft's hosted email product as the selected system for the Department. This opinion holds that Interior's sole source designation was defective and that Google was likely to succeed on the merits of its protest. The opinion was initially filed under seal; the posted document is the publicly available, redacted version of the opinion.

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Published In: Government Contracting Updates

Reference Info:Decision | Federal, Federal Circuit, Claims Court | United States

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Jon W. van Horne
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