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Rogers: WH Won’t Even Give Classified Briefings on HealthCare.Gov Security Problems


By Andrew Johnson

December 3, 2013 11:06 AM




The Obama administration has avoided informing lawmakers of HealthCare.gov’s security problems and this is just another incidence of  the White House’s incompetence we’ve seen since the health-care law’s rollout, according to House Intelligence chair Mike Rogers (R., Mich.).

“They could not even provide someone — CMS and HHS, the two folks responsible for the HealthCare.gov website — in a classified setting to come up and talk about the breaches that they know have happened,” Rogers said on Fox News on Monday. “That’s just unconscionable.”

He warned that there is currently no coordinated effort within the administration to test the website’s newly-written code which was completed over the past two months of repairs, leaving it vulnerable to breaches. “You’re encouraging people to go to a site that our own government knows doesn’t meet safety standards when it comes to security of private information,” Rogers said.

http://nationalreview.com/corner/365340/rogers-wh-wont-even-give-classified-briefings-healthcaregov-security-problems-andrew
« Last Edit: December 04, 2013, 05:58:06 AM by rangerrebew »
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