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Jen Bosavage
Jen Bosavage,
User Rank: Apprentice
12/4/2013 | 8:32:34 AM
Nothing to commend
It is a crime that the contractor is getting paid to fix the mistakes it made in the first place. In addition, building a site with virtually no security is ridiculous. Who does that? And the contractors used should have known better. Some of the IT players are not small names. The management from the HHS team was lacking as well. There is little that is good about the site.

What would I do? Take it off grid. Tell the contractor(s) they face a lawsuit if this is not cleaned up in 6 months. Extend the ACA deadline. Appoint someone new to oversee the project from the administrations inner circle, who has a tech advisor. Within 3 months, limited rollout, say within a geographic region. Grow as you go.

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