It's no secret that the Healthcare.gov website — which is home to Obamacare's health insurance exchanges — hasn't had a smooth launch. The company that won the $93.7 million contract to construct the site is CGI Federal, a subsidary of a Canadian firm called CGI Group. Blame for the botched launch has largely settled on the company, the contractors it hired to complete the job, and the bureaucratic system that awards such contracts. The Washington Post has now profiled CGI Federal, and it turns out the IT company is a relative newcomer to US government contracts — and it doesn't have a spotless track record. You can read the full article here.