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Government Accountability Office on Cover Oregon

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GAO letter to Oregon legislators.
GAO letter to Oregon legislators.

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441 G St. N.W. Washington, DC 20548
March 5, 2014 The Honorable Fred Upton Chairman, Committee on Energy and Commerce House of Representatives Dear Mr. Chairman: Thank you for your letter, jointly signed by a number of your colleagues, requesting that the Government Accountability Office review Oregon’s state exchange website, Cover Oregon. GAO accepts your request as work that is within the scope of its authority and, as agreed with your staff, will undertake this work as part of a broader study planned to examine states’ health exchange websites.  As you are aware, GAO has received several requests from congressional committees and Members to examine a range of issues related to the healthcare.gov rollout. Consistent with GAO’s Congressional Protocols, when GAO is asked to examine an important topic that has broad interest to multiple committees or the Congress as a whole, GAO may be unable to do the requested work solely on behalf of a single congressional requester. In these unique circumstances GAO will conduct one body of work but issue multiple products. GAO will also keep other committees of jurisdiction and members informed about the body of work. Your request has been assigned to Mr. Joel C. Willemssen, Managing Director, Information Technology and staff are available to begin the work shortly. Mr. Willemssen or a member of his team will contact your office to discuss the engagement objectives, scope, and methodology in accordance with GAO’s protocols. As applicable, we will also be in contact with the cognizant Inspector General’s office to ensure that we are not duplicating efforts. If an issue arises during this coordination, we will consult with you regarding its resolution. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Willemssen at or or Ms. Rosa Harris, Assistant Director for Congressional Relations, on my staff at or Sincerely yours, Katherine Siggerud Managing Director Congressional Relations
Ref: CCAR 14-0359
 
 
441 G St. N.W. Washington, DC 20548
March 5, 2014 The Honorable Greg Walden Chairman, Subcommittee on Communications and Technology Committee on Energy and Commerce House of Representatives Dear Mr. Chairman: Thank you for your letter, jointly signed by a number of your colleagues, requesting that the Government Accountability Office review Oregon’s state exchange website, Cover Oregon. GAO accepts your request as work that is within the scope of its authority and, as agreed with your staff, will undertake this work as part of a broader study planned to examine states’ health exchange websites.  As you are aware, GAO has received several requests from congressional committees and Members to examine a range of issues related to the healthcare.gov rollout. Consistent with GAO’s Congressional Protocols, when GAO is asked to examine an important topic that has broad interest to multiple committees or the Congress as a whole, GAO may be unable to do the requested work solely on behalf of a single congressional requester. In these unique circumstances GAO will conduct one body of work but issue multiple products. GAO will also keep other committees of jurisdiction and members informed about the body of work. Your request has been assigned to Mr. Joel C. Willemssen, Managing Director, Information Technology and staff are available to begin the work shortly. Mr. Willemssen or a member of his team will contact your office to discuss the engagement objectives, scope, and methodology in accordance with GAO’s protocols. As applicable, we will also be in contact with the cognizant Inspector General’s office to ensure that we are not duplicating efforts. If an issue arises during this coordination, we will consult with you regarding its resolution. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Willemssen at or or Ms. Rosa Harris, Assistant Director for Congressional Relations, on my staff at or Sincerely yours, Katherine Siggerud Managing Director Congressional Relations
Ref: CCAR 14-0359
 
 
441 G St. N.W. Washington, DC 20548
March 5, 2014 The Honorable Tim Murphy Chairman, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations Committee on Energy and Commerce House of Representatives Dear Mr. Chairman: Thank you for your letter, jointly signed by a number of your colleagues, requesting that the Government Accountability Office review Oregon’s state exchange website, Cover Oregon. GAO accepts your request as work that is within the scope of its authority and, as agreed with your staff, will undertake this work as part of a broader study planned to examine states’ health exchange websites.  As you are aware, GAO has received several requests from congressional committees and Members to examine a range of issues related to the healthcare.gov rollout. Consistent with GAO’s Congressional Protocols, when GAO is asked to examine an important topic that has broad interest to multiple committees or the Congress as a whole, GAO may be unable to do the requested work solely on behalf of a single congressional requester. In these unique circumstances GAO will conduct one body of work but issue multiple products. GAO will also keep other committees of jurisdiction and members informed about the body of work. Your request has been assigned to Mr. Joel C. Willemssen, Managing Director, Information Technology and staff are available to begin the work shortly. Mr. Willemssen or a member of his team will contact your office to discuss the engagement objectives, scope, and methodology in accordance with GAO’s protocols. As applicable, we will also be in contact with the cognizant Inspector General’s office to ensure that we are not duplicating efforts. If an issue arises during this coordination, we will consult with you regarding its resolution. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Willemssen at or or Ms. Rosa Harris, Assistant Director for Congressional Relations, on my staff at or Sincerely yours, Katherine Siggerud Managing Director Congressional Relations
Ref: CCAR 14-0359

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