#1711: Marine Links MI-3 IT Livery Key to Canada’s CAI Death-Panel Clouds Hiding CGI Obamacare Frauds
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked
Entrust root-kit key, apparently in the custody of David Wooten, Panels Warden of the MI-3 Information Technologists’ Livery Company, to death-panel clouds allegedly built at https://www.healthcare.gov/ by Canada’s CAI private-equity investor and CGI director Thomas d’Aquino to hide Obamacare dead-peasant life-insurance frauds.
McConnell is inviting fellow citizens to consider the strategic implications of giving death panels staffed by foreign powers and MI-3 Livery Companies the opportunity to track their medical histories and adjust life-insurance premiums and he suggests that the CGI Obamacare site should be hacked and shut down.
McConnell notes that his sister Kristine Marcy procured MI-3 public key infrastructure devices for use by Canadian Obamacare death panels based on her experience in terminating rebels and whistleblowers (cf. Timothy McVeigh) while she ran the United States Department of Justice Prison Medical Services Program.
MI-3 = Livery Companies’ patent-pool supply-chain protection racket using Privy Purse Forfeiture Fund
Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Auction – Liquidation – Prisoner Medical Services – JABS)
+ Inkster (Queen’s Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – Escrow fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin 1942-1945 – Operation Paperclip into Foreign Fugitive File – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN patent pool – MitM Pearl Harbor attack – Kanada Kommando)
MI-3 = Marine Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12 at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
#1708: Marine Links MI-3 Insurers’ Interruption Frauds to Ship Jumper Dave and the Black Cat Westgate Bombs
DRAFT 45 PREAMBLE FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDY TO PRIVATE-EQUITY RACKETEERING AND TWO-PARTY CORRUPTION IN GLOBAL GUARDIAN 9/11
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“Pernicious FUBAR! Canadian firm behind troubled Obamacare exchanges
A Canadian tech firm that has provided service to that country’s single-payer health care system is behind the glitch-ridden United States national health care exchange site healthcare.gov.
CGI Federal is a subsidiary of Montreal-based CGI Group. With offices in Fairfax, Va., the subsidiary has been a darling of the Obama administration, which since 2009 has bestowed it with $1.4 billion in federal contracts, according to USAspending.gov.
The “CGI” in the parent company’s name stands for “Conseillers en Gestion et Informatique” in French, which roughly translates to “Information Systems and Management Consultants.” However, the firm offers another translation: “Consultants to Government and Industry.”
The company is deeply embedded in Canada’s single-payer system. CGI has provided IT services to the Canadian Ministries of Health in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Saskatchewan, as well as to the national health provider, Health Canada, according to CGI’s Canadian website.
As Canada’s No. 1 IT provider, the company states on its website that “95 federal departments, agencies, and crown corporations and most of Canada’s provinces partner with” the firm.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded CGI $55.7 million to launch Healthcare.gov, its central Obamacare health exchange website. Over the full five years of the contract, CGI could receive as much as $93.7 million.
Earlier this year the U.S. Government Accountability Office criticized the pace of development and testing for Healthcare.gov.’s IT system and noted that it was missing important milestone deadlines.”
“Biographies of CGI board members
nb: equity ownership is given as of December 10, 2012
THOMAS P. D’AQUINO
Independent director, complies with the share ownership guidelines
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Director since 2006
Member of the Corporate Governance Committee and Lead Director
Deferred Stock Units: 28,515 (+)
Stock options: 75,446 (‡)
Mr. d’Aquino is Chief Executive of Intercounsel Ltd. He is Distinguished Life Time Member of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives, an organization that he led as CEO from 1981 through 2009. He has served as Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Canada, as Senior Counsel to one of Canada’s largest law firms, and currently is a Distinguished Visiting Professor, Global Business and Public Policy Strategies at Carleton University’s Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and Honorary Professor at the Richard Ivey School of Business. Mr. d’Aquino also serves as Canada Chair of the B20/G20 Committee, and as Canada Co-Chair of the North American Forum and the Australia-Canada Economic Leadership Forum. He also serves as Chair of the National Gallery Foundation of Canada. Mr. d’Aquino is also a director of Manulife Financial Corporation and Coril Holdings Ltd.
(*) Number of shares beneficially owned, or controlled, or directed, directly or indirectly.
(+) For more information concerning DSUs, please refer to the heading Compensation of Directors.
(‡) For more information concerning stock options, please refer to the headings Share Option Plan and Compensation of Directors in CGI’s Notice of Annual Meeting and Information Circular dated December 10, 2012.
(§) For more information concerning PSUs, please refer to the heading Performance Share Unit Plan in CGI’s Notice of Annual Meeting and Information Circular dated December 10, 2012.
Updated December 20, 2012”
“Sir David Wootton was the 684th Lord Mayor of the City of London, serving from 2011-2012. He has been an Alderman of the City of London representing the Ward of Langbourn since 2005 and served as Sheriff of the City in 2009-2010.
During his year of office, Sir David led business delegations to 27 countries to promote all UK business: financial and professional services, infrastructure, education and manufacturing. At Mansion House in London, he received leading overseas Government ministers, politicians and business leaders, visiting London for Government or business purposes, and hosted State Banquets at Guildhall. He received the Royal family in the City, particularly at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations in June 2012. At the London Olympics and Paralympics 2012, he hosted senior Government representatives from overseas and presented medals at a number of Paralympic events, including the cycling at Brands Hatch.
Sir David is a lawyer, a partner in Allen & Overy LLP, the international law firm, [Solicitors Livery Company, staffed death panels and Star Chamber for Edward VIII] based in London, specialising in corporate transactions – mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and joint ventures across international markets – and best-practice compliance with law and regulation in corporate governance. He has been President of the City of London Law Society and is Chairman of the City of London Branch of the Institute of Directors and an Honorary Bencher of Grays Inn. He is Co-Chairman of the Kazakh-British Trade and Industry Council.”
“New EAL 4+ Protection Profile facilitates Common Criteria evaluation at high security levels for PKI vendors [History of CAI/CGI theft of Entrust key for MitM attacks with MI-3 Livery]
DALLAS, April 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Entrust, Inc. announces that the foundation of its comprehensive public key infrastructure (PKI) product portfolio, Entrust Authority Security Manager 8.1 SP1, is the first PKI solution to achieve Common Criteria certification against the latest approved key management Protection Profile that supports a minimum Evaluation Assurance Level 4+ (EAL).
The Common Criteria for Information Technology Evaluation (CC), and the specific Protection Profiles fostered within, help to build the broadest possible international framework for mutual recognition of IT Security products. To achieve Common Criteria certification, organizations must submit IT security products to be evaluated by competent and independent licensed laboratories so as to determine the fulfillment of particular security properties, to a certain extent or assurance (EAL level).
“The strength of identity — so critical to identity documents and the systems authorized to access them — is rooted in the strength of PKI key management and certificate issuance processes,” said Entrust President and CEO Bill Conner. “PKI is at the foundation of identity-based security infrastructures around the globe, so it’s important to establish a high level of technical assurance and subject products to rigorous third-party evaluation so customers may maintain trust in their operation.”
A pioneer of PKI more than 15 years ago, Entrust led and authored the new Protection Profile (PP) — reviewed and approved by the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) and published on the Common Criteria Portal — to help usher in a new standard in PKI validation and assurance. Per the latest profile, the “Certificate Issuing and Management Components (CIMC) Protection Profile (Version 1.5) defines requirements for components that issue, revoke, and manage public key certificates, such as X.509 public key certificates.”
Entrust contracted CGI’s IT security evaluation and test facility (ITSETF) to complete third-party evaluation of Entrust Authority Security Manager 8.1 SP1. This evaluation encompassed both facets of Entrust’s key management capabilities — traditional PKI, based on the X.509 standard, as well as PKI based on the ISO 7816 standard for Extended Access Control (EAC) for electronic identity documents, including ePassports.
“We believe in the importance of third-party validation and have completed evaluation of the Entrust PKI on each major-release code stream since 1999, recognizing that our customers place a lot of trust in this infrastructure,” said Conner. “This particular evaluation reflects the increasing role of PKI and electronic validation to establish trust of electronic citizen identity documents.”
This new Protection Profile fills a void that developed during the Common Criteria update. An earlier CIMC PP (v1.0), against which many PKI offerings were previously evaluated, was written against version 2.x of the Common Criteria and is not approved for use with the current version of Common Criteria (v3.1 R3). This new CIMC PP is approved for such use and provides a common basis for PKI conformance to Common Criteria at the EAL 4+ level and against the current Common Criteria.
Common Criteria certification is recognized globally by many national governments including the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Israel, Spain, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
Entrust’s first public key infrastructure — the world’s first commercially available PKI — was released in 1994. Now in its eighth edition, the Entrust Authority PKI product portfolio is the industry’s most relied-upon PKI solution. By managing the full lifecycles of digital certificate-based identities, Entrust Authority PKI enables encryption, digital signature and certificate authentication capabilities to be consistently and transparently applied across a broad range of applications and platforms.
These capabilities may be achieved by implementing a dedicated in-house PKI environment, or by partnering with a trusted certification authority (CA) to host, manage and maintain an off-site PKI.
For a copy of the “Certificate Issuing and Management Components Protection Profile (Version 1.5),” and the “Entrust Authority Security Manager 8.1 SP1 EAL 4+ Certification Report,” please visit www.commoncriteriaportal.org/pps.
A trusted provider of identity-based security solutions, Entrust empowers governments, enterprises and financial institutions in more than 5,000 organizations spanning 85 countries. Entrust’s award-winning software authentication platforms manage today’s most secure identity credentials, addressing customer pain points for cloud and mobile security, physical and logical access, citizen eID initiatives, certificate management and SSL. For more information about Entrust products and services, call 888-690-2424, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.entrust.com.
Entrust is a registered trademark of Entrust, Inc. in the United States and certain other countries. In Canada, Entrust is a registered trademark of Entrust Limited. All Entrust product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of Entrust, Inc. or Entrust Limited. All other company and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
“State Exchange Buildout Shifts Into High Gear
Published: Friday, 15 Feb 2013 | 8:42 AM ET By: Bertha Coombs | CNBC Reporter
Vermont is a small state with just 660,00 residents, but getting the health insurance exchange here ready in time for the rollout of Obamacare in 2014 is still a very big job.
Mark Larson, the chief of the Department of Vermont Health Access (DVHA), likens the last few months to mobilizing for a prolonged state of emergency.
(Read More: States Face Obamacare Exchange Deadline.)
“On some level, we have to work as if we are operating in a limited time frame to respond to a crisis,” Larson said.
Big Deadline, Big Bucks
States have another few hours to decide whether they want to create their own health care marketplace, or partner with the federal government, with CNBC’s Bertha Coombs.
His staff at the DVHA has grown by 50 percent to 180, and they’ve brought in a team of consultants nearly as big from CGI Group, with subcontractors from Oracle and KPMG.
They’ve all just moved into a new 26-thousand square foot office space, where they are literally working hand in hand now on the design and implementation of the all pieces that have to come together in the online marketplace that will serve as the gateway for people to access insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
(Read More: Drop Coverage or Cut Hours? Big Companies Grapple With Obamacare)
“Often times the focus is on the website,” said Melissa Boudreault, VP of State Health Solutions at CGI
Group, who is leading the buildout effort. “Really what it takes to build an exchange is bringing together different technologies — everything from how people shop to how you create bills.”
Boudreault has done much of it before. She was one of the founding directors of the Massachusetts health exchange when it launched in less than six months in 2006. But the work she’s doing now in Vermont has added complexity.
Making the system simple
“One of the significant elements of the ACA was the move to a highly simplified eligibility model,” she said.
They are most focused on developing the infrastructure that will let people determine whether they’re eligible for Medicaid or for a federal tax credit when to buy private insurance when they sign up for coverage. Current Medicaid and Medicare programs don’t integrate eligibility and access in one place.
“Of all the things that are being done in the exchanges that move to simplified eligibility is probably the most sweeping change because it allows states to move to an administration simplification that wasn’t ever possible before,” Boudreault said.
There’s a lot riding on CGI getting the systems right for the start of enrollment season. A lot of
Americans will be using its exchange interfaces to access coverage.
(Read More: Small Firms Weigh Big 5-0 Under Obamacare)
In addition to Vermont, CGI building state exchanges in Massachusetts, Colorado and Hawaii. It is also building the default federal state exchange which will serve millions of individuals and small businesses in more than 30 states whose leaders have opted out of building their own exchange.
“The federal exchange is already starting to do testing and draw information from carriers,” Boudreault said. She’s confident they’ll make the October deadline to have all exchanges up and running.
Beyond the buildout
Vermont Commissioner Mark Larson is confident about the progress on his state’s exchange, but he’s also preparing in case there are problems.
“We’re trying to streamline years of, frankly, inefficient business practices,” Larson said. “We’re also trying our best to make sure we have contingency plans, to make sure if certain functions need back-up that those back-ups will be in place.”
None of it comes cheap. The state has tapped nearly $150 million in federal grants to build and run the exchange in the first year, and to do widespread outreach.
(Read More: Only 15 States Opt to Run Obamacare Exchanges)
Building a Healthy Base
Today is the deadline for states opting to partner with the federal government to build a health exchange, or create their own, with CNBC’s Bertha Coombs.
The next phase of the rollout is to contract with and train social service and small business groups to serve as navigators, who will make individuals and small firms aware of the exchanges and eventually help them navigate the enrollment process.
The state estimates it will $18 million a year to maintain and run the exchange and outreach programs. After the first year, they’ll fund it through a tax on insurance claims.
When I pointed out that revenues may come up short of revenues, if people become healthier and file fewer claims, Commissioner Larson smiled.
“Of all the problems to have, that would be an okay one.”
“This is a public private partnership,” said Larson. “Ideally, when we merge those areas together we create something that is very special.”
—By Bertha Coombs; Follow her on Twitter: @coombscnbc”