October 18th, 2013
Private companies to blame for healthcare.gov website glitches & delays
Because complaints about the website breakdowns at healthcare.gov mount, political opponents of the Obama administration blame the executive branch of government (guv’mint). According to the Washington Post, $364 million was allotted to create the website, with $88 million going to a Canadian firm, CGI Federal. Blame them and the other firms. Privatization advocates should take note.
At the same time, it seems WBI website traffic is starting to overrun our servers. Though we take heavier volume as a compliment, we regret when people who need to get answers about their bullying situations can’t access our sites.
We apologize and are working to keep our sites running as fast as possible. At least, we take responsibility. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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