Sunday, May 2

too big to fail

The Census computer system that manages the door to door count "has remained buggy and prone to crash" just the numbers crunching was scheduled to begin.
The bureau's Paper Based Operations Control System did not function reliably in tests and, despite hardware and software upgrades, "may not be able to perform as needed under full operational loads," the U.S. Government Accountability Office said in a report. 
"So far, it is not as stable as it needs to be," GAO Strategic Issues Director Robert Goldenkoff said before the start of a congressional hearing on the census.
They can't even count.  How exactly will our giant, inept, slow government manage the health care of 306 million Americans?


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