President enlists leading tech talent to fix ACA website glitches

11/1/2013 | Bloomberg · Reuters

The Obama administration is drawing on talent from some of the nation's leading technology firms in an effort to identify and fix the issues that continue to hamper the federal health insurance exchange established by the Affordable Care Act. According to a spokeswoman from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, engineers from Google, Oracle and Red Hat have now joined the so-called "tech surge" announced by President Barack Obama on Oct. 20.

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