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It shouldn't come as a surprise anymore, but a new report has found yet another issue with Healthcare.gov.

A new report from the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office, found that 11 fictitious people created as part of a watchdog effort to test for fraud detection were able to automatically re-enroll in Obamacare coverage.

This report, released by Congressional Republicans Wednesday, is a follow up to one from last year.

It found that the Healthcare.gov marketplace still had no way to test for fake documents.

Eleven out of the 12 people created for the test were able to maintain their coverage through the end of 2014 and then were automatically re-enrolled for 2015. Some were even re-enrolled despite not providing the additional documentation requested.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services defended its process by saying that there has been “no indication of a meaningful level of fraud," but the GAO pointed out point that there could be fraud that officials do not know about because they are not equipped to detect it.

Congressional Republicans slammed the report's findings.

“That the administration failed to weed out fake applicants one year later is yet another shocking development that, unfortunately, continues the trend of ObamaCare’s gross mismanagement at the expense of hardworking taxpayers,” said Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), as quoted by The Hill.

“Last year, this committee warned that weaknesses in HealthCare.gov could put billions of taxpayer dollars at risk, and the GAO undercover review has confirmed our concerns,” Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said. “One year later, this investigation continues to reveal alarming flaws in the ObamaCare system.”