Obamacare Website Problems

Issa Subpoenas Web Firm with Ties to Obama

Jennifer G. Hickey, Newsmax

The Obamacare website contractor that was issued a subpoena by Rep. Darrell Issa is owned by a company with a major donor and bundler for Obama's presidential campaign among its executives.

Sebelius' Many Failed Gov Sites

Patrick Howley, Daily Caller

Kathleen Sebelius’ failure at designing websites to provide gov't services began during her Kansas governship, long before Obamacare. Sebelius oversaw many costly, failed site projects, including updates for the DOL and DMV.

HHS Slapped W/ Suit on Copyright Violation

Jeryl Bier, The Weekly Standard

The latest indication of the haphazard way in which Healthcare.gov was developed is the uncredited use of a copyrighted web script for a data function, a violation of the licensing agreement. The software company that owns the function is pursing legal action.

Confessions From OCare Site Execs

Matt Labo, Biz Pac Review

The man who designed the Obamacare health exchange website said that he had serious misgivings about the site. “These are not glitches,” said an insurance exec who's participated in many calls on the federal exchange. “The extent of the problems is pretty enormous."

OCare Site Probs Not Due to Traffic

Sam Baker and Elise Viebeck, The Hill

Problems plaguing online Obamacare enrollment are not just due to high traffic, but are being compounded by structural problems at healthcare.gov, the portal where people can shop for medical insurance.