What Caused HealthCare.gov To Collapse? [Oct. 30, 2013]
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebellius testified before Congress for hours on Wednesday, saying she should be held accountable for the failures of the Affordable Care Act's website since it debuted on October 1.
That, while President Barack Obama was winging his way to Boston to tout the benefits of the Affordable Care Act, in spite of the website's rocky rollout. Faneuil Hall is where then-Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney signed health care into law in 2006.
Greater Boston was joined by two who make a living overseeing website rollouts: Richard Banfield, the CEO of the web development firm Fresh Tilled Soil, and Chris Comparato, an executive at the cloud-based software company Acquia.