Canadian firm hired to build troubled Obamacare exchanges
A Canadian tech firm that has provided service to that country's single-payer health care system is behind the glitch-ridden United States national health care exchange site healthcare.gov.
CGI Federal is a subsidiary of Montreal-based CGI Group. With offices in Fairfax, Va., the subsidiary has been a darling of the Obama administration, which since 2009 has bestowed it with $1.4 billion in federal contracts, according to USAspending.gov.
The "CGI" in the parent company's name stands for "Conseillers en Gestion et Informatique" in French, which roughly translates to "Information Systems and Management Consultants." However, the firm offers another translation: "Consultants to Government and Industry."...
Hmm, when has Canada been declared a hostile country to the U.S.? If this is the case, the Keystone Pipeline should be stopped since it will be carrying Canadian oil, though some American oil too, by the way, and it's a Canadian Company!