As we all know by now, the good-for-nothing Obamacare website was built, at a cost to U.S. taxpayers of hundreds of millions, on a no-bid contract awarded to a Canadian company called CGI (which stands for Conseillers en Gestion et Informatique).
But why CGI? Wouldn’t it have made patriotic sense, at the very least, to have awarded such a lucrative contract to an American company? The choice seems unlikely to have been based on the company’s stellar record of past performance.
So what’s the deal here? Perhaps this will shed some light on the matter.