Rep. Fleming calls for Sebelius to resign

Technical problems have plagued the rollout of, the primary website for consumers to enroll in the healthcare law's new coverage options. 

Although the site has improved in the two weeks since its initial launch, some users are still unable to create accounts or see specific information about the plans available to them.

HHS initially blamed the site's problems on overwhelming traffic, but it has since become clear that also suffers from structural issues.

“Had investors launching a private company devoted even a fraction of the time and treasure that’s been spent on Obamacare, people would have been fired by now," Fleming said. "Taxpayers should not have to tolerate this kind of waste and incompetence from Washington."