Months after a problem-riddled rollout of the Healthcare.gov Website, the White House is dismissing a key contractor, CGI Federal, that built much of the portal.
White House Dismissing Key Healthcare.gov Contractor: Report
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January 11, 2014

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Months after a problem-riddled rollout of the Healthcare.gov Website, the White House is dismissing a key contractor, CGI Federal, that built much of the portal, according to The Washington Post. (As the online marketplace where Americans can purchase health insurance, Healthcare.gov is a crucial part of the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act.)

The newspaper suggested the federal government is on the verge of signing a new contract with a replacement, Accenture, which has some experience in building online health-insurance portals on the state level. “We are in discussions with poten...

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