Obamacare Bombshell and Repurcussions
NO-BID WEBSITE CONTRACTOR WAS HIRED BY MICHELLE OBAMA'S PRINCETON CLASSMATE'S FIRM; Fellow Member of the Association of Black Princeton Alumni
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'GOVERNMENT TENDS TO HIRE FIRMS THAT ARE BETTER AT SECURING CONTRACTS THAN THEY ARE ARE DEVELOPING WEBSITES'
'The website glitches plaguing the high-profile roll out of President Obama’s health care reform law aren’t just an Obamacare problem, they’re a government problem.
The federal government spends more than $80 billion per year on information technology, but the resulting websites often take years to build and are glitchy once they launch, according to experts cited by the Washington Post. That’s because instead of hiring savvy Silicon Valley programmers -- like those who worked on websites for Obama’s campaigns -- to build the systems, the government tends to contract with firms that are better at securing contracts than they are at developing web sites.
Last week when the government launched healthcare.gov, the site where Americans can buy health coverage through the exchanges set up under Obamacare, few were able to get past error screens and long wait times. While White House officials claimed a big reason for the glitches was overwhelming traffic, IT experts told Reuters that the problems were more likely the result of a problem in the system’s design.'
FAULTY CONTRACTORS SHOULD GIVE MONEY BACK