Obamacare Web Program Developed By =} CGI (No-Bid Contract) Who Own =} SIlver Oak Solutions Who Developed =} PRISM Cyber Collection For =} NSA As Revealed By =} Edward Snowden

Now that we have affirmation on WHY the website does not work. Lets take a look at how it’s put together and follow the network.  (HatTip Fantasia for some links)

privacySometimes looking into the engineering side of the new Obamacare Cyber Construction (Rabbit Hole) makes you wonder…..

In 2010 when the ACA (Obamacare) was passed it was 2,700 pages, 381,517 words, formulating a bill that no-one read before it was voted on; and “we’d have to pass it to see what’s in it”.

In 2013 Obamacare, and the accompanying regulation which compromise it’s construct, is now 10,535 pages long (11,588,500 words).  Thirty times larger than the initial construct and so massive that no-one knows what it all means in totality.

So a website to sign people up for it needed to be constructed.

Where did the feds turn?  To a previously authorized cyber engineering firm, CGI, who held a very special status –  “Indefinite Delivery and Indefinite Quantity.”   As the Washington Examiner outlined:

Federal officials considered only one firm to design the Obamacare health insurance exchange website that has performed abysmally since its Oct. 1 debut.

Rather than open the contracting process to a competitive public solicitation with multiple bidders, officials in the Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid accepted a sole bidder, CGI Federal, the U.S. subsidiary of a Canadian company with an uneven record of IT pricing and contract performance.

CMS officials are tight-lipped about why CGI was chosen or how it happened. They also refuse to say if other firms competed with CGI, or if there was ever a public solicitation for building Healthcare.gov, the backbone of Obamacare’s problem-plagued web portal.

Instead, it appears they used what amounts to a federal procurement system loophole to award the work to the Canadian firm.  […] 

In awarding the Healthcare.gov contract, CMS relied on a little-known federal contracting system called ID/IQ, which is government jargon for “Indefinite Delivery and Indefinite Quantity.”

CGI was a much smaller vendor when it was approved by HHS in 2007. With the approval, CGI became eligible for multiple awards without public notice and in circumvention of the normal competitive bidding procurement process.

The multiple awards were in the form of “task orders” for projects of widely varying size. Over the life of the CGI contract — which expires in 2017 — the IT firm can receive awards worth anywhere from the “$1,000 to $4 billion,” according to a contracting document provided by CGI to the Washington Examiner.

This is apparently the route chosen by CMS officials in awarding the Obamacare Healthcare.gov website design contract to CGI.

Between 2009 and 2013, CMS officials awarded 185 separate task orders to CGI totaling $678 million for work of all kinds, according to USAspending.gov, a federal spending database.  The Obamacare website design contract was for $93 million.  (link)

United States Cyber CommandBut who exactly is CGI and how do they relate to the U.S. Federal Government?

CGI owns another company called Silver Oak Solutions (SOS) which specializes in business construction platforms which take advantage of large government contracts.   Seemingly innocuous until you look into what SOS controls under their proprietary development.

Through the development of its own proprietary Spend Management offerings called PRISM®, [SOS] grew from under $1 million in revenue in 1999 to over $23 million in 2005.  During this period, Silver Oak Solutions emerged as the pioneer and clear market leader in the government / public sector, which represents a $100 billion total market opportunity.   (link)

“PRISM®” might be familiar to you because of NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden.  This UK Guardian article is from July 2013 and was one of the first to reveal the NSA super-secret cyber spying program on Americans.


PRISM scandal: tech giants flatly deny allowing NSA direct access to servers

Silicon Valley executives insist they did not know of secret PRISM program that grants access to emails and search history. 

[…]  Two different versions of the PRISM scandal were emerging on Thursday with Silicon Valley executives denying all knowledge of the top secret program that gives the National Security Agency direct access to the internet giants’ servers.

The eavesdropping program is detailed in the form of PowerPoint slides in a leaked NSA document, seen and authenticated by the Guardian, which states that it is based on “legally-compelled collection” but operates with the “assistance of communications providers in the US.”

Each of the 41 slides in the document displays prominently the corporate logos of the tech companies claimed to be taking part in PRISM.

However, senior executives from the internet companies expressed surprise and shock and insisted that no direct access to servers had been offered to any government agency.

The top-secret NSA briefing presentation set out details of the PRISM program, which it said granted access to records such as emails, chat conversations, voice calls, documents and more. The presentation the listed dates when document collection began for each company, and said PRISM enabled “direct access from the servers of these US service providers: Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, Facebook, Paltalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, Apple“.  (link)

So let me pause before moving forward.    The “international” company who was quietly awarded a no-bid contract to build the Obamacare website is the same company who operates the PRISM® platform which the NSA uses to gather phone, data, telecommunication, social media, and e-mail transmissions for review.    Got it?

Okay, lets move forward.

Forward, because recently it has come to light the NSA is doing a little more than just “gathering” innocuous information.   As the Washington Post outlined just yesterday:

edward-snowdenNSA collects millions of e-mail address books globally – The National Security Agency is harvesting hundreds of millions of contact lists from personal e-mail and instant messaging accounts around the world, many of them belonging to Americans, according to senior intelligence officials and top-secret documents provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.

The collection program, which has not been disclosed before, intercepts e-mail address books and “buddy lists” from instant messaging services as they move across global data links. Online services often transmit those contacts when a user logs on, composes a message, or synchronizes a computer or mobile device with information stored on remote servers.

Rather than targeting individual users, the NSA is gathering contact lists in large numbers that amount to a sizable fraction of the world’s e-mail and instant messaging accounts. Analysis of that data enables the agency to search for hidden connections and to map relationships within a much smaller universe of foreign intelligence targets.

During a single day last year, the NSA’s Special Source Operations branch collected 444,743 e-mail address books from Yahoo, 105,068 from Hotmail, 82,857 from Facebook, 33,697 from Gmail and 22,881 from unspecified other providers, according to an internal NSA PowerPoint presentation. Those figures, described as a typical daily intake in the document, correspond to a rate of more than 250 million a year.

Each day, the presentation said, the NSA collects contacts from an estimated 500,000 buddy lists on live-chat services as well as from the inbox displays of Web-based e-mail accounts.

The collection depends on secret arrangements with foreign telecommunications companies or allied intelligence services in control of facilities that direct traffic along the Internet’s main data routes.

Although the collection takes place overseas, two senior U.S. intelligence officials acknowledged that it sweeps in the contacts of many Americans. They declined to offer an estimate but did not dispute that the number is likely to be in the millions or tens of millions.

A spokesman for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, which oversees the NSA, said the agency “is focused on discovering and developing intelligence about valid foreign intelligence targets like terrorists, human traffickers and drug smugglers. We are not interested in personal information about ordinary Americans.”

The spokesman, Shawn Turner, added that rules approved by the attorney general require the NSA to “minimize the acquisition, use and dissemination” of information that identifies a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.   (read more)

So a mandatory taxation program (Obamacare) which has the enforcement arm of the IRS, and an additional 16,000 approved IRS agents,  yet contains no baseline “income verification” within the legislation, is being implemented by a data registry/collection platform which also provides the National Security Agency with data intelligence on American citizens.

Well at least now we know why CGI is operating out of Canada.    Because so long as the data collection is “international” the extent of the data mining by the NSA is unlimited.

And subsequently why would you need pre-registration income verification when every single aspect of your life, employer wages, income, banking, purchases, as well as e-mail and e-billing are just a few mouse clicks of inter-agency data bank assembly away from review?

Think about it.

Apparently, and factually, it is all well connected.


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56 Responses to Obamacare Web Program Developed By =} CGI (No-Bid Contract) Who Own =} SIlver Oak Solutions Who Developed =} PRISM Cyber Collection For =} NSA As Revealed By =} Edward Snowden

  1. auscitizenmom says:

    This is all really scary.


  2. kinthenorthwest says:

    another obamacare glitch $30BILLION blown on non operational medical record system
    Oh what the heck — it is only a few Billion, what is the big deal about another few Billion being thrown down the trash tube


  3. “Great Leap Forward 2: American Mao x10 Edition”

    It’ll be an epic production, and the efficiency of the mass killings will be record-breaking.

    Move over, Hitler, Stalin, and Mao. Technology has eclipsed you.


  4. hawkeye13 says:

    It’s been scary since the community organizer became a Senator… and figured out how the system worked from the inside after teaching about how it works from the outside. Then, once elected, the unobstructed abuse began and continues to this day, worsening all the time. I am praying that our country turn back to the one God and drive the evil out. This is more than a physical battle, it is a spiritual battle also. I spoke with a well respected Christian this last summer that thought all the talk about Satan and evil spirits was hogwash until he saw some of it first hand on a short term mission trip to Africa. Pastors in mainstream churches have softened their messages for fear of loosing the younger generation. I think they lost the younger generation by softening the message. We need a revival here in the US, a good old fashion holy roller, come to Jesus meeting every day…


    • justfactsplz says:

      We really do, America needs to turn to God. I agree this is spiritual and evil. For we fight not against just flesh and blood. This regime is pure evil.


    • Forrest says:

      You are absolutely correct. Any revival first requires repentance – genuine sorrow and regret for sins. However, many pastors avoid the issues of abortion, homosexuality, or pornography. As a result, the message of holiness is not delivered and true repentance is never experienced. Christ’s message was one of repentance, renewal, forgiveness, and regeneration. Compare this to the “liberation theology” viewpoint which, with the likes of Sharpton and Jackson, seeks out vengeance and misappropriation of resources to “liberate” (i.e., finance) oppressed peoples.




    • S. Crocker says:

      I just found this site and this article today 1/12/2014 and came across this comment. Since this article was posted I have released 3 books at Amazon on this subject that you are referring to Hawkeye13. I don’t desire to spam any ones comment page with links. So if you want to know more than just click on my name above.

      Rest assured you are not alone in this battle. But I agree we are few.


  5. justfactsplz says:

    I hope the House keeps fighting this travesty. No deal yet.


  6. I knew it, it had that stench……………I was going to ask this as a hypothetical, last night and it slipped my mind, while trying to make sense of all the new cups. So now we see why McCain and Friends hitched their wagons to the train.

    And all this time you think they really care who gets a 1 year delay smoke and mirrors, smoke and mirrors…..just a matter of time before they everything on everyone. And we thought cameras on corners were an “invasion of privicee”. That term in quotes, has now been dubbed irrelevant.

    This Mr. Snowden said he had many more things he could reveal, wonder if this is one. And now I think I see how Putin had so much arrogance just a short time, had this come out before this became a government shutdown issue, it would have been destroyed by everyone without questions (this is just my tinfoil hat starting to show btw).


  7. michellc says:

    I guess my tinfoil hat wasn’t the reason I got that bad feeling when I went to the Obamacare site once? Maybe it worked like it’s supposed to. If that’s the case then I guess I better never take it off again.
    Wee, I need a new design, preferably one that is pony tail friendly.


  8. nyetneetot says:

    The cronyism and incompetence is throughout the entire IT field. Both public and private. Across all industries. I’ve watched as foreign intelligence agents posing as H-1B technology workers walked off with all customer and business operational data. The universities churn out worthless vendor sponsored degrees and IT workers that view the computer as an appliance like a microwave oven. Who then turn into managers that can’t even evaluate when they are being lied to. They are so brainwashed from college they won’t listen when it’s pointed out their own choices are causing the problem.
    Snowden let the cat out of the bag to the only people that didn’t know all this. The public. Russia, China, India and every other country all ready had our data and copies of PRISM thanks to our wonderful H-1B VISA program.
    Sorry, it’s a sore spot for me.


  9. It’s way too hot down here for me to judge, but USA frogs, I think your water is boiling and you don’t even realize it. This is sad, sad, sad. 😦

    I think it might be nearing time to leap out of the pot and eschew like-minded preaching to the choir. Remember da Vinci’s warning: “it’s easier to resist at the beginning than at the end.”
    That ship has sailed, but to quote some colored television preacher, “Resist we much.” 👿


  10. Coast says:

    This no-bid scandal smells like another…what was that name…oh, Blackwater.


  11. myopiafree says:

    In addition, at least for NASA, “Acceptance Testing” was mandatory, before the product was accepted. I truly DOUBT that they even did that much. What a Software disaster. At the very minimum, the entire program should be delayed ONE YEAR. What the hell is the RUSH??


  12. czarowniczy says:

    Go back and look at GCI’s board – then look and see how many of them have been affiliated with other Fed contractors who routinely get large pieces of the pie. Someone once told me that the ,aim problem with the Japanese economy was that their banking and major industries were too closely connected to the Japanese government – government members and businessmen/bankers regularly swapped positions so no problems were really solved, just put into a new pigeon hole. Almost the same with the Feds and their ;little cabal of friendly contractors GCI’s prez was previously a top figure with AMS, another big Federal juggernaut contractor and board relationships with other businesses in the Federal realm. You can bet other board members have interlocking relationships with other businesses with Beltway positions and have lotsa heavy-hitter lobbyists on their payroll. Let’s also not forget that many higher-level Fed bureaucrats who are in a position to let contracts – also don’t forget military flag officers in that boat – get jobs with certain Fed contractors who ‘look on them kindly’. Crappy products are not unusual – in two Federal careers spanning over 40 years I was inundated in them. There used to be a High Tech Test Center (HTTC) at Ft Lewis many years ago where contractors would being off-the-wall stuff for the military to test for use in combat. Some stuff, like the ‘dune buggies’ SF uses, were great but so much garbage came down through Washington insiders we started calling the HTTC “Here Try This Crap”. I believe that the company who got the job to do the website would have gotten it regardless of which party was in the WH – it’s that good old DC corruption that transcends politics.


    • dymphna says:

      Eisenhower warned us about it on the way out the door.

      Heritage gives a number for all those extra pages of regs added to the bill:


      “One of the reasons the Obamacare website has been so slow and glitchy? It requires people to enter personal information before they’re able to see insurance plan options. Health and Human Services does this so that if you’re eligible for a subsidy, you won’t see the true cost of your health plan.

      Obamacare is laden with mandates that are driving up the cost of health insurance. And it didn’t stop with the original law. Federal bureaucrats are continuing to write more Obamacare regulations. One estimate is that these paper pushers have added 30 words of regulations for every word in the original law.

      No small tweak to Obamacare can fix this. No small tweak can give relief to these hard-working dads who are supporting their families and getting the wind knocked out of them by hundreds of dollars in insurance hikes.

      If Congress does anything less than defund Obamacare, it is turning its back on all of these suffering Americans.”


      Given our national legislature’s inability to defund *anything*, I’m not holding my breath.

      We just got a notice that we can keep our current coverage with no changes. Not a peep about the premium increase. Maybe they think we’re too stupid to notice?

      We’ve been without paid steady employment for a couple of years but luckily we saved enough to live on for 10 years if we are very very careful. Will there be any social security then??

      Our small cottage has been free and clear for many years. Before this nightmare, I always looked at the health insurance as another kind of mortgage: we pay it and we get to keep our house if any humongous medical bills came along. So the monthly premiums seemed to be about right for the cost of the little lifesaver they throw you so you can tread water and not drown…

      We don’t dare go without now that the Baron has macular degeneration. The treatments have been scary but VERY effective, and they must continue if he wants to continue to see..I can hear some bureaucrat now…” nice vision you have there. Hate to see anything prevent you from receiving further treatments”…a private foundation takes care of the cost of the medication @ 1,000.00 for each needle in the eye. What happens when WhimCare decides he’s had “enough” and boots the doctor payments?

      I’m not angry yet. Too numb…


      • czarowniczy says:

        Those people who blindly use magical thinking to rationalize that the government is doing, or will do, something beneficial for them without burying fish hooks in the final result are those you see on the news who are dumbfounded when their hand-raised and loving pet diamondback rattlesnake bites them. Much of the US population has morphed into one huge Darwin Award.


      • rashomon says:

        Your story makes me so sad and angry and livid. In India they have a program started by a native schooled in the U.S. who is delivering cataract surgery to, I think, four communities now. He has set up a company in India that manufactures the lenses for $11 each. With a nurse and another doctor volunteer from the U.S. he has changed the lives of thousands — from young children to the very elderly — who lacking sight, became a burden vs. a contributing member of their family. Eleven dollars, 10 minute surgery, probably less than an hour for the pre-diagnosis and after care. Those with more wealth pay $100 or more, which funds the poorer families. Duh!

        That same surgery in the U.S. costs at least $3000. My mother’s insurance company paid $5000 over six years ago. That surgery plus $4 reading glasses have allowed her to go about her daily life with depth perception, so she is no longer falling or knocking over objects and, yes, she can drive, although we limit her to the “country” roads.

        I just realized my neighbor needs this surgery, but his insurance doesn’t cover “vision” care. How stupid. Let the poor man fall down the curb and break a hip because he can’t see correctly?


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  14. maryfrommarin says:


    “We just got a notice that we can keep our current coverage with no changes.”

    So did we, about one child’s stand-alone coverage (Blue Shield/Blue Cross). However, they did not specify any cost increases, so I called (to speak to a live human being). In January 2014 there will be a relatively small, 9% increase in cost, BUT it will only be good through July 1, 2014. After that? Well, the person on the phone was very vague about that.


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  16. charlotte says:

    Follow some more:

    On May 7, 2010, CGI Group Inc., a leading provider of information technology and business processing services, announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement to acquire Stanley. The merger was finalized in August 2010.

    John Brennan head of the CIA worked for Stanley Inc. During this time Obama’s McCain’s and Hillary’s passport files were accessed by 2 unauthorized employees. One employees Lieut Quarles Harris was murdered soon after by being shot in an alley by an unknown assailant.
    Now Michael Hastings was investigating Brennan:
    and then:
    On Aug. 12, Kimberly Dvorak reported for San Diego 6 News that Hastings at the time of his death was working on an exposé on CIA director John Brennan.

    In July, a source provided the station with an email hacked from “super secret CIA contractor” Stratfor’s President Fred Burton and subsequently posted on WikiLeaks that suggested Brennan was in charge of the Obama administration’s surveillance of investigative journalists.

    Michael Hastings and Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett at President Obama’s election-night victory party in 2012 (Photo: John V. Santore)

    Though rumors persist that Hastings was near completion of a new exposè on Brennan to be published shortly in Rolling Stone, the magazine so far has not published any such piece.

    So lets see: CGI connected to Stanley Inc connected to Brennan, head of CIA. Obamacare is being used purely as a vehicle to SPY on americans and punish those who step out of line.


  17. charlotte says:

    And Snowden worked for Booz Allen:

    Administration officials have said there is plenty of time to resolve the problems before the mid-December deadline to sign up for coverage that begins Jan. 1 and the March 31 deadline for coverage that starts later. A round-the-clock effort is under way, with the government leaning more heavily on the major contractors, including the United States subsidiary of the Montreal-based CGI Group and Booz Allen Hamilton.



  18. Okay, so here is something that occurred to me today:

    45,000,000 Americans lack health insurance. So far Obamacare has added an alleged 51,000 new Americans to the health insurance roles over the first 10 days. That averages out to 5,100 new individual policies per day.

    45,000,000 divided by 5,100 = 8,824 days until everyone is covered. 8,824 divided by 365 = 24+ years before everyone is covered. Assuming that population growth is zero.

    This rate is roughly 1,861,000 people per year being added. How about demographics? According to the world bank our population growth is currently = .7 % (which has dropped 30% since Obama took office – and a return to historical rates will make the numbers far worse).

    Source: http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SP.POP.GROW

    This means that the US population is growing by ~ 2,300,000 people per year. Obamacare at it current rate is only adding 1,861,000 people per year. That leaves an additional new 438,000 American lacking health insurance per year if everyone here already has coverage.

    At this rate, not only is Obama not going to cover everyone, but every year the ranks of those uncovered will grow.

    Food for thought.




    • J.J. says:

      Actually, all or nearly all people who have individual plans (like me) are receiving notice that those plans are unavailable as of 1/1/14. So add tens of millions more to the 45M currently uninsured who have to buy coverage thru an exchange.


      • michellc says:

        I read on a gun forum that a man in his 50’s and his wife who is also in her 50’s are self employed and their insurance is going up $400 a month. They had most of the requirements that Obamacare now requires except they didn’t have maternity care. They have 25 year old twins who have their own insurance.
        He had a vasectomy 20 years ago, his wife had a hysterectomy 10 years ago, so they won’t be having any babies.
        He at least sees some humor in his situation. He said if they can have an imaginary pregnancy, he’s going to have some imaginary dependents on his tax returns.lol


  19. saltwater says:

    Last one out, turn out the lights !!!!!


  20. Levi says:

    Many points in this article are invalid. The way government contracts are bid is a complicated process. Don’t expect to understand it at face value. It just happened to be a canadian owned company that won the contract. CGI Federal is its own company. The’re are rules about even communicating with the CGI Group. Many people are writing on conjecture rather that facts.


    • sundance says:

      ….”won the contract”.. ??? There was no bid. CGI didn’t “win” anything, they were just handed the job. No conjecture.

      Why don’t you actually read the links and related article material instead of jumping up and down making obfuscations to defend a process that never even took place?

      What exactly is “YOUR” purpose here?


      • If I may, as I have seen government contracts handed out, from the construction side.

        The government would have built language into the law or bill that earmarked this money, most likely something along the lines of “we reserve the right to select the contractor of our choosing, and it will be for ID/IQ, blah, blah, blah.”
        There might have been something in there that said, “The department of healthcare and human services, will select 5 (this number can be 2 if they want it to be, it would probably be noted somewhere in there) small businesses, based on submissions packages, that qualify to get on a ID/IQ comm infrastructure project contract, and bid various projects over the course of so many years.”. Pretty normal and simple so far.

        Once locked in, however-many they select, (possibly 2), because they ultimately choose who they want to use, eliminating the bidding process – would then bid on multiple projects over the course said designated years. What is 99.8 percent of time part of the law, and this is so you would help build businesses – there would have been a requirement to award a percentage based amount to the EACH contractor on the contract. (Usually a 8(a), SDVO, Minority, small business set aside, something like that – to help promote industry and build the economy by giving special privileges to certain businesses) But in there, are laws or articles, or clauses, in place that prevent the award of an ENTIRE ID/IQ contract to 1 company! Again pretty normal and the way 99.998% of Federal contracts work.

        The government does do what transpired fairly often it seems.

        BUT in my line of work I have never seen a contract put out, without the requirement of at least 2 contractors to bid so they can “spread the wealth,” if it isn’t a specific product say F-22 raptors. But what’s interesting is that the work taking place on American soil was awarded to 1 of 16 companies (GCI appointed by Bush in 2007) and they were Canadian, They don’t normally allow a contractor from outside the country to do that much work at one time $1000 to $4 BILLION, without at least splitting it up. How a Canadian company got this work is simple the “greased the wheels.” Or they were Buddy-Buddy with GW’a

        There are also complexities in the language, when talking about where materials come from and what can be used, and what percentage can be made outside of the US, and what percentage has to be Assembled here, if using parts from a certain country, because of Trade-Agreements. ALWAYS on a fed contract do you have to abide by the Trade-Agreements, always.

        You know though, if they happened to use parts for there system that were manufactured in say China or Thiland, it would be against Federal Law, No questions. It is a twisted game, and if you are friends with a senator or president, then all you need is two employees, and you can get on an ID/IQ contract- at least that’s what I gathered, been going about the wrong way the whole time – Huh!


        • I wonder what friend of McCeenls owns a construction company that builds dams, union affiliation is a toss up. Oh @sundance the only you left off your summary of things they can monitor and control with this program – electrify. I.e. the smart grid. That’s everything, I think. (I cant resist) End of times.


      • MAK says:

        Is it true that Valerie Jarretts daughter and husband both work for CGI ? That’s the word going around but cannot find on web. A good source said it was on there last night but scrubbed today.


  21. ctdar says:

    So now copyright infringement is involved with the obombacare software used??
    Can’t.make.this.shyt.up. 👿


  22. Mike B says:

    Leave the dead horse alone. Where’s the scope of work for this government contract? Who in the Government accepts the web designs that the contractor continues to propose? That’s more pertinent for the future.


  23. TheProperWolf says:

    Jeezus H….. This is WAY over the top.
    And to think those “other guys” had the GALL to complain about Halliburton, when basically all they were doing was underbidding everybody else.


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