Contractors Point Fingers Over Health-Law Website

A new round of finger-pointing will kick off Thursday morning when a House committee grills four contractors involved in the development of HealthCare.gov, the troubled site where uninsured consumers are supposed to sign up for health insurance.

CGI Federal, the lead contractor for HealthCare.gov, said the federal agency in charge of the project was “the ultimate responsible party for the end-to-end performance of the overall” health exchange, according to testimony released Wednesday by the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

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