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Canada's Headed For A HealthCare.gov Disaster Of Its Own

Tom Cochran | Huff Post | December 22, 2016

I am deeply disappointed at yet another massive government IT failure, and sadly, not surprised in the slightest. The Canadian government's initiative to consolidate more than 1,500 government websites into a single super site, Canada.ca, is failing and starting to look like Canada's version of the disastrous Healthcare.gov. The original deadline for completing the project passes this month, with costs ballooning from $1.54 million to a reported $9.4 million, and growing...

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Petition calls on White House to hand Healthcare.gov code to open source community

Tom Sullivan | Government Health IT | October 22, 2013

Thus far, 1,278 people have signed a petition on WhiteHouse.gov asking for CGI Federal to turn the code that comprises Healthcare.gov over to the open source community. Read More »

U.S. Publishes New “Open Data Action Plan,” Announces New Data Releases

Alexander Howard | E Pluribus Unum | May 9, 2014

On the one year anniversary of President Barack Obama’s historic executive order to open up more government data, U.S. chief information officer Steven VanRoekel and U.S. chief technology officer Todd Park described “continued progress and plans for open government data” at the WhiteHouse.gov blog....

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