why should we trust him now?
"According to the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission, the company failed to deliver. It missed deadlines, inadequately planned how it would implement services and provided widely panned customer service.
Yet if Virginia wants to bail on the contract, it could cost taxpayers up to $400 million.
It's a dismayingly large cancellation fee but hardly surprising. Now that fresh eyes have looked at the contract, it is clear how much it favors the company.
Among its shortcomings, the contract spells out 74 milestones the company is supposed to meet. Only 14 carry penalties for missing them. The company could come in years late on the others and still be paid."