NBC 4 investigative reporter Scott MacFarlane tweets that the federal government will spend nearly $400,000 on services from Blast Advanced Media, an online analytics consulting company based in Roseville, Calif. According to MacFarlane, Blast will furnish search engine optimization, content strategy, and consulting services to raise online awareness of healthcare.gov. The RFP for the project can be viewed online here.
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