Kurt DelBene, a former executive at Microsoft in charge of the Office division, will oversee the U.S. government's troubled Healthcare.gov website at least through the first half of next year.
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Microsoft VP and General Counsel Brad Smith will represent the company in a big meeting of 15 tech executives Tuesday in Washington DC with President Barack Obama to discuss several issues.
Microsoft has sent letters to members of the U.S. Congress saying it has offered to help the government fix the current problems in the Healthcare.gov website but has not yet done so.