Only the federal government is capable of spending $22 billion on a website designed solely to give away money – and then finding out that it doesn’t work for a third of the intended users.
Is it just me, or does creating a site that basically forwards forms to other agencies not seem like a $22B (and counting) deal? I’ve created systems on my own in under a year with more functionality. Can any users of this site comment?

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  1. Ill comment!

    Ive developed complex database driven web interfaces like this for free in about a week just for fun!

    Oh my.

    Also, I am very upset that the IRS websites concerned with excise tax DO NOT WORK in anything other than Internet Explorer. You’d think that the entity responsible for allowing Microsoft to be sued because of it web browser would be less dumb. Im just sayin.