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The error-plagued Obamacare website is on the road to recovery, according to a progress report published over the weekend. The eight-page report from the Department of Health and Human Services claims that substantial progress has been made, with
Read our full report on the challenges of relying on a tech surge to make improvements to HealthCare.gov. I would personally like to see the government default be open source, said Scott Chacon, cofounder and chief information officer at Github .
Over At The Health Care Blog, Aneesh Chopra Distorts IT Failure Reality I feel sorry for President Obama. I really do. He's been deceived by IT hyperenthusiasts who, in addition to their hyperenthusiasm, probably heaped him a big helping of plain
Nakeva Corothers / Flickr Former White House CTO Aneesh Chopra October 23, 2013 9:00 AM Aneesh Chopra This is a guest post by former White House chief technology officer Aneesh Chopra The launch of HealthCare.gov certainly didn't go as planned. Due
Department of Health and Human Services promised it would recruit the best and brightest to fix HealthCare.gov , the federal government's online insurance marketplace, which has been plagued by technical defects. Monday, President Barack Obama
Chris Matthews apparently wants no discouraging words about ObamaCare on his program. That was of course President Obama earlier today acknowledging in no uncertain terms that the rollout of his signature policy achievement ObamaCare has not lived up
Kal Penn, noted Indian-American actor-turned-political activist, has endorsed ex-White House tech czar Aneesh Chopra's bid for Virginia Lt Governor. "I know he represents a new and sorely needed approach to government.
Indian-American Aneesh Chopra, a former White House IT czar, has won the straw poll for Virginia Lieutenant Governor, giving a big boost to his electoral ambitions later this year. Chopra, who had formally entered the race last week, received more
G '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' PTI : Washington, Tue Mar 12 2013, 11:31 hrs Indian-American Aneesh Paul Chopra, the first chief technology officer of the US, has formally entered the race for Virginia Lieutenant Governor.
The young state department bureaucrat will probably go with the jacket he last wore five years ago. Indian Americans like him are getting ready to launch this weekend President Barack Obama's re-election celebrations with Indiaspora Ball, the