CIO Briefing

I Lost My Seat in Congress, and All I Got Was This Broken Website

Democrats who walked the plank for Obamacare in 2010 now have to watch the White House mess it up.

CIO Briefing

Low Enrollment Figures Spotlight Obamacare Problems

The first month’s numbers can tell us only so much about the law’s future, but the figures do provide a couple of clear indications about what’s working—and what isn’t.

CIO Briefing

It’s Official: Obamacare Enrollment Is Super Low

Roughly 100,000 people enrolled in health insurance through Obamacare last month, far short of the administration's goal.

CIO Briefing

There Are More Than 100 Errors in the Obamacare Regulations

A conservative group cites errors in regulatory language ranging from typos to misstatements.

CIO Briefing

Why Obamacare Enrollment Numbers Don't Really Matter

The numbers Congress wants don't really speak to the law's prospects for success.

CIO Briefing

Why Delaying Obamacare Has Insurers Freaking Out

Delays in key aspects of the law's implementation could yield higher premiums for those who have insurance.

CIO Briefing

Sebelius: Blame Contractors For Obamacare Site

Secretary pushes back after contractors blame HHS for site’s flaws.

CIO Briefing

New Plan to Fix Obamacare Website by Nov. 30

Back-end data issues are at the top of the punch list, Zients says.

IT Modernization

Obamacare Data Hub Apparently Works Well, Mitigating Security Fears

The tool is critical for verifying applicants' identities and incomes.

CIO Briefing

Why States Are Doing Obamacare Better

The main variable appears to be who's running it.