How Healthcare.gov botched $600 million worth of contracts


The public employees responsible for overseeing $600 million in contracts to build healthcare.gov were inadequately trained, kept sloppy records, and failed to identify delays and problems that contributed to millions in cost overruns.

That’s according to a new government audit, published Tuesday. It reveals widespread failures by the federal agency charged with managing the private contractors who built healthcare.gov. The audit is the first to document, in detail, how shoddy oversight by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which manages federal health programs including Obamacare, contributed to the website’s early struggles.

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HOW HEALTHCARE.GOV BOTCHED $600 MILLION WORTH OF CONTRACTS


obamacareweb That’s according to a new government audit, published Tuesday. It reveals widespread failures by the federal agency charged with managing the private contractors who built healthcare.gov. The audit is the first to document, in detail, how shoddy oversight by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which manages federal health programs including Obamacare, contributed to the website’s early struggles.

To develop healthcare.gov, CMS hired and managed private companies to create vast, interlocking software systems that would allow consumers to shop for insurance policies. According to the report, issued by the agency’s inspector general, lapses in oversight of those companies started early on-well before the website’s limping debut, on Oct. 1, 2013. The site faltered for months, frustrating consumers until a scramble to repair it ultimately allowed millions to enroll in health plans.

http://www.infowars.com/how-healthcare-gov-botched-600-million-worth-of-contracts/

Botched Translation Lands Yemeni Student in Guantanamo


1017854800 Hassan was taken by Pakistani authorities in 2002 when they raided the home he shared with 14 foreign students and brought them all to a nearby prison after one phone call was received from someone connected to Al-Qaeda.

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BOTCHED TRANSLATION LANDS YEMENI STUDENT IN GUANTANAMO


guantanamo-campxray1 For 13 years Hassan endured the cruel treatment at the military prison camp, over a misunderstood translation during his interrogation.

Hassan was taken by Pakistani authorities in 2002 when they raided the home he shared with 14 foreign students and brought them all to a nearby prison after one phone call was received from someone connected to Al-Qaeda.

After two months of abuse and questioning, he was sold to the United States military for $5,000.

http://www.infowars.com/botched-translation-lands-yemeni-student-in-guantanamo/