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Sounds like some of our (previously unidentified) best and brightest are on the case big-time now:

Google, Red Hat, Oracle and other companies are contributing dozens of computer engineers and programmers to help the Obama administration fix the U.S. health-insurance exchange website. Among those assisting are Michael Dickerson, a site reliability engineer on leave from Google, and Greg Gershman, the innovation director for smartphone application maker Mobomo [....] "There are dozens of software engineers, developers, designers and analysts, who are methodically working around the clock on performance and functionality of," wrote Julie Bataille, a spokeswoman for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services...

Hopefully the problems will soon end, and the Loonies won't be rejoicing about the inability of the uninsured to have some semblance of a healthcare safety net.
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