Missing Source Code, Poor Search Tools Plague Obamacare Website

Follow key reporting on the Obama administration’s signature policy initiative.

The rocky rollout of HealthCare.gov, the website for people to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, has garnered a lot of attention from the media as well as technologists and other observers. Here's our daily roundup of some of the key reports you may have missed:

Why did the HealthCare.gov’s source code disappear from GitHub? Greg Sandoval explores at The Verge.  

Minnesota’s MNsure exchange releases enrollment figures from its first two weeks in operation. The federal government and other state exchanges have been slower to release figures.

Many people are having trouble finding critical information about health coverage because search tools are so abysmal, the New York Times reports.

The Washington Post’s WonkBlog explores the history of the main federal contractor behind HealthCare.gov