Canadian officials fired IT firm behind troubled Obamacare website
Canadian provincial health officials last year fired the parent company of CGI Federal, the prime contractor for the problem-plagued Obamacare health exchange websites, the Washington Examiner has learned.Missed three years of deadlines. For a Canadian province. And this is the agency that the Obama administration has chosen to provide the internet access for folks to register for ObamaCare? Is there any question as to why only 38K people have signed up for ObamaCare? Note, too, that this article doesn't even give a number of people who have signed up - most likely because the site has been down more than up since October 1st...
CGI Federal’s parent company, Montreal-based CGI Group, was officially terminated in September 2012 by an Ontario government health agency after the firm missed three years of deadlines and failed to deliver the province’s flagship online medical registry.
Wonder what's going to happen in six months when all Americans are supposed to be signed up for ObamaCare and people still can't access the website? I'm sure somehow this will be the fault of George W. Bush. Or perhaps Ted Cruz - he seems to be the new whipping boy for the media. Glad they've finally found someone besides Sarah Palin to hate. Meanwhile, no one can access the site and time's slipping away.
It does make you wonder just who is in charge of vetting these groups, doesn't it?
That is all.