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Private Sector Developers Join the Obamacare Tech Surge

Google, Red Hat and Oracle employees are among those trying to fix Healthcare.gov.


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Engineers and programmers from multiple tech firms, including Google, Red Hat and Oracle, are among those working to solve the problems with the health insurance exchange website at Healthcare.gov. For example, Google's Michael Dickerson, a site reliability engineer, is working on improving the website's stability, and Greg Gershman from mobile development firm Mobomo is “helping the development process be more agile.” Oracle CEO Larry Ellison said his firm is "doing everything we can to help."

The Obama administration began a "tech surge" on October 20 in order to address problems with the website, which has not been functioning as intended.

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