SECTION 1. “Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, the inspector general shall conduct a review and provide the legislature with a report by December, 2015 outlining the financial impact of the total costs associated with the Connector and compliance with the Affordable Care Act.
The review shall include a cost analysis of state funds expended for temporary coverage, including those funds that would have been reimbursed by the federal government had the Connector website been properly functioning. Further, the inspector general shall investigate all means of recouping such funds, including any legal and cost effective means of collecting funds under the commonwealth’s contract with third-party vendors.”
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