CBS: Obama admin ducked final Healthcare.gov security requirements

CBS: Obama admin ducked final Healthcare.gov security requirements

The confidence in their big-government agenda that the Obama administration daily instills in me is truly overwhelming. Via CBS News:

As HealthCare.gov was being developed, crucial tests to ensure the security and privacy of customer information fell behind schedule.

CBS News analysis found that the deadline for final security plans slipped three times from May 6 to July 16. Security assessments to be finished June 7 slid to August 16 and then August 23. The final, required top-to-bottom security tests never got done.

The House Oversight Committee released an Obama administration memo that shows four days before the launch, the government took an unusual step. It granted itself a waiver to launch the website with “a level of uncertainty … deemed as a high (security) risk.”

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And in a follow-up this morning, CBS reports on still more technology experts’ concerns over the lack of adequate testing of the website before its launch, and the real-time examples already cropping up even with HealthCare.Gov moving at only partially operational speed. Via the WFB:

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