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Jan 10, 2014

Issa Statement on Passage of Health Exchange Security and Transparency Act

“The truth is that actual interviews and depositions taken of the highest ranking people that helped develop the website, both public and private, show there was no end-to-end testing [on HealthCare.gov]. It did not meet the spirit of any definition of a secure website,” Issa said.

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Jan 9, 2014

Obama Political Donor Leading FBI Investigation of IRS Targeting

“It is unbelievable that the Department would choose such an individual to examine the federal government’s systematic targeting and harassment of organizations opposed to the President’s policies,” the letter continues. “At the very least, Ms. Bosserman’s involvement is highly inappropriate and has compromised the Administration’s investigation of the IRS.”

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Jan 8, 2014

Issa Challenges Sebelius on False, Misleading Statements on HealthCare.gov Security

“Providing false or misleading testimony to Congress is a serious matter,” Issa writes. “Documents and testimony obtained by the Committee, including information provided by Teresa Fryer, the Chief Information Security Officer at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the MITRE Corporation, a contractor hired by HHS to conduct security assessments of healthcare.gov, show that your testimony was false and misleading.”

Jan 7, 2014

FACT SHEET: HealthCare.gov Launch: Security Vulnerabilities and Lack of Testing Put Personal Information of Site Users at Risk

CMS top security official testified that she recommended denying the authority to launch HealthCare.gov but other officials decided to go ahead anyway.  Teresa Fryer, The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), testified in a transcribed interview with House Oversight and Government Reform Committee ...

Jan 2, 2014

Issa Introduces Bill to Restore COLAs For Military Retirees While Doubling Savings

"This legislation will restore Cost-of-Living Adjustments for our military retirees and not only replace the savings but nearly triple them– saving $17 billion over 10 years according to conservative USPS estimates. This common sense reform will help restore the cash-strapped Postal Service to long-term solvency and is supported by the President and key Congressional leaders in both chambers."