How about a little RTFA?
"Oracle could find itself the target of much more blame in the Oregon case, where it was reportedly the sole contractor and overseer."
... "Oregon has spent more than $40 million to build its own online health care exchange. It gave that money to a Silicon Valley titan, Oracle, but the result has been a disaster of missed deadlines, a nonworking website and a state forced to process thousands of insurance applications on paper.
Some Oregon officials were sounding alarms about the tech company's work on the state's online health care exchange as early as last spring. Oracle was behind schedule and, worse, didn't seem able to offer an estimate of what it would take to get the state's online exchange up and running."
... ... "The state hired Oracle to make that possible and has paid the company $43 million so far. But Oracle has missed deadline after deadline.
Kline is fed up with the delays for the rollout. "They told us Oct. 1, they told us Oct. 15, they told us Nov. 1, they told us Nov. 30," Kline says. "Come on!"
Maybe you should stick to posting anything-about-state-government-is-bad feedback at the Oregonian.