Now Some Good News: New NSA Data Center Experiencing Delays Too
October 21, 2013 - 6:13 pm
Contractors working on a new National Security Agency data center in Utah are fighting over the causes and responsibility for electrical failures that have caused construction delays costing up to $50 million, project officials say.
The NSA’s Utah Data Center, which has become a symbol of the agency’s potent surveillance power, has been hobbled by the electrical failures, which have resulted in a series of fiery explosions, The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this month.
OK, we’re footing the bill for $50 million in delays but if ever there were a government project the average American wasn’t in a hurry to see completed, this would be it.
Now back to wishing Obamacare could just catch on fire…