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News Desk | 11/3/2013, 9:25 a.m.
We’ve also brought in additional experts and specialists drawn from within government, our contractors, and industry, including veterans of top ...

We’ve also brought in additional experts and specialists drawn from within government, our contractors, and industry, including veterans of top Silicon Valley companies. These reinforcements include a handful of Presidential Innovation Fellows. This new infusion of talent will bring a powerful array of subject matter expertise and skills, including extensive experience scaling major IT systems. This effort is being marshaled as part of a cross-functional team that is working aggressively to diagnose parts of HealthCare.gov that are experiencing problems, learn from successful states, prioritize issues, and fix them.

In addition to our efforts to ramp up capacity and expertise with the country’s leading innovators and problem solvers, we have secured additional staff and commitments from our contractors, including CGI, the lead firm responsible for the federally facilitated marketplace technology. They are providing and directing the additional resources needed for this project within the provisions of their existing contract.

We will continue to keep you updated on our progress on improving HealthCare.gov. As we work to fix the site, we encourage Americans to continue to sign up for quality affordable coverage in four ways: by phone, online, by-mail and in person. Millions of Americans are already benefitting from the law, through increased benefits like preventative care at no additional costs and drug discounts for seniors. We believe the product of the law – affordable health insurance – is good, but we won’t stop until every American who wants it gains access to these new options for care.