The Washington Post is reporting tonight that it’s unlikely the broken HealthCare.gov website will be fixed by Nov. 30 as promised. A source close to the project tells the Post that the system is currently struggling to serve half its intended capacity, and contractor CGI Federal “has succeeded in repairing only about six of every 10 of the defects it has attempted so far.”
Wonder if http://t.co/Gz4cqVNVB5 has tried clearing out the cache. That always works for me.
— Karen Tumulty (@ktumulty) November 13, 2013
@sarahkliff you are just discovering what anyone with IT experience knew the day that was announced. But do you know how it will play out?
— Bernie Michalik (@blm849) November 13, 2013
.@sarahkliff "So you're saying there's a chance?"
— Ross Silverman (@phlu) November 13, 2013
— Jonathan Sabin (@jonathanwsabin) November 13, 2013
— couerfidele (@couerfidele) November 13, 2013
@sarahkliff Only a big scoop if you were already drinking the koolaid. Maybe you should have asked us in the first place.
— John Galt (@JohnGaltTweets) November 13, 2013
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