Pentagon Wants Cloud Secure Enough to Hold Nuke Secrets


The Defense Department’s Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud will be designed to host the government’s most sensitive classified data, including critical nuclear weapon design information and other nuclear secrets.

The Pentagon is expected to bid out the controversial JEDI cloud contract this week, and new contracting documents indicate the winning company must be able to obtain the full range of top secret government security clearances, including Department of Energy “Q” and “L” clearances necessary to view restricted nuclear data.

Amazon Web Services, considered a front-runner to win the JEDI contract, is already able to host some Defense Department classified data in a $600 million cloud it developed several years ago for the CIA.

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  1. Fake news. The Pentagon still never explained what happened to those thousands of documents that mysteriously dissapeared on Sep 11th.

    • They disappeared together with the luggage and bodies from the “plane” that supposedly hit the Pentagon.

  2. ask Israel they will make a very secure cloud, if you want to know about computers, programs, viruses, walls, etc. etc. only Israel can show you how, any one else will fail.


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