By Richard Pollock | 10/17/13 04:46 PM
Federal officials did not permit testing of the Obamacare healthcare.gov website or issue final system requirements until four to six days before its Oct. 1 launch, according to an individual with direct knowledge of the project. The individual, who spoke on condition of anonymity, described...
By Richard Pollock | 10/15/13 09:02 PM
Senior executives from CGI Federal -- the company that won the Obamacare website contract -- enjoyed high-level access to top Obama administration officials, according to White House visitors' logs. CGI Federal is the U.S. subsidiary of CGI Group, the Canadian company based in Montreal that...
By Richard Pollock | 10/13/13 10:11 PM
Federal officials considered only one firm to design the Obamacare health insurance exchange website that has performed abysmally since its Oct. 1 debut.
By Richard Pollock | 10/10/13 01:05 PM
Canadian provincial health officials last year fired the parent company of CGI Federal, the prime contractor for the problem-plagued Obamacare health exchange websites, the Washington Examiner has learned.
By Richard Pollock | 10/04/13 02:40 PM
A Canadian tech firm that has provided service to that country's single-payer health care system is behind the glitch-ridden United States national health care exchange site healthcare.gov. CGI Federal is a subsidiary of Montreal-based CGI Group. With offices in Fairfax, Va., the subsidiary...
By Richard Pollock | 10/02/13 12:46 PM
On their first venture into the real world of health care insurance, Obamacare’s 24 health care cooperative start-ups did not enjoy a banner first day.
By Richard Pollock | 09/30/13 07:16 PM
U.S. Green Business Council officials have taken the unusual step of concealing the identities of more than 3,000 buildings the group has certified as “green,” the Washington Examiner has learned. As part of the “green building movement,” each year the USGBC issues “Leadership in...
By Richard Pollock | 09/23/13 11:46 AM
Sen. Elizabeth Warren was a passionate advocate of a controversial academic theory known by its enthusiasts as “behavioral economics” during her time as a Harvard law professor. Today, Warren's theory is the rationale behind the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's sweeping consumer...
By Richard Pollock | 09/18/13 05:14 PM
Two key congressional Republicans want answers from the Department of Justice about a controversial consumer credit card data-mining operation at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Rep. Spencer Bachus of Alabama also want to know if — besides invading...
By Richard Pollock | 09/13/13 10:51 AM
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau officials are seeking to monitor four out of every five U.S. consumer credit card transactions this year — up to 42 billion transactions – through a controversial data-mining program, according to documents obtained by the Washington Examiner. A CFPB...
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