Oracle, Microsoft barely compete for a quarter of their US Federal contractsLindsay Clarkon February 1, 2023 at 20:01 The Register


Vendor lock-in: savings of up to $750m a year possible if Uncle Sam didn’t predetermine the victor

Oracle and Microsoft – two companies receiving most of the US government’s off-the-shelf software spending over the last decade – get at least 25 percent and 30 percent of their respective government revenue through purchase processes which are not competitive.…

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