According to the Blaze.com via Weasel Zippers, the cost of the Healthcare.gov website tops 1 Billion…BEFORE Oct. 1, not counting money thrown Into “fixes” since then. Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge.com quoted Bloomberg’s Peter Gosselin as saying,
“Although the GAO made clear that its study focused solely on the costs of implementing the federal exchanges and the data services hub, its $394 million tally for work through March 31 has been widely cited as the price tag for the entire launch of the law. But in looking at the full range of ACA-related contracts for just 10 firms, the BGOV analysis found more than $1 billion worth of contract awards.”
“And still they admit things are not going well,” wrote Durden.