Tests for HealthCare.gov were late and inadequate, contractors say

The White House began testing the Affordable Care Act's main website just two weeks before its rollout, and declined to request a delay when technical problems emerged, government contractors told the House Energy and Commerce Committee. "We didn't see the full kind of integrated end-to-end system testing that you're talking about until the couple of days leading up to the launch," said Andrew Slavitt of the company that owns Quality Software Services. CGI Federal executive Cheryl Campbell said that "it was not our decision to go live," noting that the decision was made by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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