WASHINGTON, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Obama administration officials, including senior White House staff, were warned last spring of risks to the rollout of President Barack Obama's healthcare law, including the danger of scant testing, according to a report released by congressional investigators.
In a 14-part slide presentation, consulting firm McKinsey & Co said a compressed testing window could inhibit the administration's ability to resolve problems with the website, HealthCare.gov, that could occur after the Oct. 1 launch.
It also found that the project lacked comprehensive testing, noted many functions were dependent on contractors and warned against taking risks to meet deadlines.
The presentation was given to officials at the Department of Health and Human Services and the White House, including Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, in four presentations between March 28 and April 8.
Glitches my a55...hahahaha