H-P replaces Verizon for HHS in Healthcare.gov

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Reports are that H-P (HPQ), will replace Verizon’s (VZ) Terremark service as the hosting provider for Healthcare.gov. Verizon appears to be a casualty of the bungled roll-out. An HHS official said the agency overseeing the marketplace “has begun the necessary activities to transition the data center over to H-P. We are working to ensure a smooth transition between the two contractors.” The federal government had worked with Verizon to make changes to the current system to improve its reliability in early November, the official said. Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Service, Kathleen Sebelius blamed Verizon for the failures in her testimony, saying, “It is the Verizon server that failed, not HealthCare.gov.”
Source: Wall Street Journal

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