House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa sent letters to private tech companies Tuesday asking for “Cooperation in an effort to obtain important information about the problems plaguing HealthCare.gov and efforts to address them that the Administration has so far refused to divulge.”
From The Daily Caller:
The House Oversight Committee is pressing private tech companies for information about their involvement — if any — in fixing the glitch-plagued HealthCare.gov.
Committee Chairman Darrell Issa sent letters to Verizon Enterprise Inc., Google, Microsoft, Oracle and Expedia Tuesday in an effort to learn more about the problems with and efforts to fix the issues with HealthCare.gov, which Issa writes, “the Administration has so far refused to divulge.”
Over the past several days, the Obama administration has indicated that it is working with “top private-sector tech companies,” and “some of the best and brightest from inside and outside government” to work out a fix to the Obamacare web portals.