Oracle Corp., eliminated from the bidding war over a $10 billion U.S. Defense Department cloud-computing contract, on Monday pressed its federal court appeal, just days after the Pentagon awarded rival Microsoft Corp. the lucrative and highly contested government work order.

Oracle is represented in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit by Craig Holman, who leads the government contracts and national security practices at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer. Oracle’s opening brief was filed under seal, and a redacted public version is expected to be available next week. Holman declined to comment about Oracle’s case.

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