Now it’s really going to be over-budget. Oracle is ‘spensive.
IMHO; Oracle should have been the “no bid contract” for an endeavor of this size, but frankly, I’m happy they Solindra’d us again with the Canadian outfit. Tends to clear up any doubts about their real motives.
Every massive floundering software project needs a couple of big ego consultants to inspire the trench workers....
What happened to the “tech surge” that that software company owned by Michelle’s Princeton BFF was going to lay on?
And then there was that uber-brilliant czar dude that promised the whole world that it would be totally working by November 30. What happened to him?
18 days to go, btw.
Oracle was responsible for Oregon Exchange setup...still not one sign up...and Oregon got $300 million from Feds to make it work!
If a major company like IBM or Oracle that had a hard-earned reputation to protect had been given Obamacare it would be working flawlessly right now.
How about asking Romney to help fix this mess? Doesn’t Mitt pride himself ( and his BAIN CAPITAL ) to be a turnaround artist? /s
Its not just the website. No private company rescue, of a public mandate, is going to push certain individuals,to sign up to a proscribed plan. Mr. Patrick can hire all the free market entities he wants.Private enterprise cant execute a business model that is neither business or model.The one percent of cancelled residents of Massachusetts that have signed on have no real incentive to pay for “ non subprime plans”.