GCI, the “international” firm hired to build the ObamaCare online machine has been fired, walking away with millions, probably billions, of American taxpayer dollars. In comes Accenture, hired by Obama to fix his mess. Accenture has agreed to pay $63.7 million for defrauding the U.S. government.
“Accenture has agreed to resolve allegations that it received kickbacks for its recommendations of hardware and software to the government,” the US Department of Justice said in a statement. The firm also “fraudulently inflated prices and rigged bids in connection with federal information technology contracts,” the statement said. Read more at Poor Richard’s News
CGI, by the way, owns PRISM. PRISM is the platform the National Security Agency (NSA) uses to gather our data. Do you think, maybe, CGI had to be paid-off to walk away? Think about what they know about the NSA.
The DOJ prosecuted Accenture and won. Now we’ve hired them? While we’re no longer talking much about the lack of all privacy on the ObamaCare website, you’d better be thinking about who has your information and what they plan to do with it, and who’s pulling the strings.
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