On Friday, Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Issa (R-CA) sent a letter to HHS Secretary Sebelius noting that he would be moving forward with the use of compulsory process in response to what he labeled a failure on the part of the HHS to adequately address his concerns surrounding a demonstration project aimed at rewarding innovative Medicare Advantage plans. The move is consistent with House GOP efforts to highlight a program the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has said violates the intent of the program and should be canceled. While HHS sent over a box of documents to Issa's committee in advance of his stated deadline, the committee said the response "fell far short" of what it requested.