Story Contributions from the Associated Press
The California software giant says the state has been weaving a ‘false narrative’ about who’s to blame for the website’s continuing problems.
In a letter obtained by The Oregonian.t Oracle president Safra Catz pointed to the decision by the state to oversee Cover Oregon. rather than hiring an expert. Catz says Oracle repeatedly and clearly warned the state the website wasn’t ready for the October first launch and she says the company can prove that.
Oregon has paid Oracle 130-million dollars so far but is currently withholding more than 25-milliion. Despite the rift… Oracle says it WILL continue working with Oregon. as long as the state hires a systems integrator as it originally planned to do.