Re: Could you have done better than Kathleen Sebelius?
I, personally, couldn't but I think the error of government lies with its belief that government is good at doing what are, for it, one-off projects. Instead, it would have been more successful if HHS had done better due diligence and partnered with a solution provider whose very livelihood depended on making Healthcare.gov a success from Day One and had a say in creating a realistic deadline. InformationWeek alone is full of stories of past failures -- and successes in the multi-millions of dollars. She was right to resign/get fired, especially if the much-touted 7 million number isn't accurate once payments are due.