Federal Health Site Stymied by Lack of Direction

A team of young policy experts energized by President Barak Obama’s health law toiled for three years in Bethesda, Md., office building to draw up specifications for the federally run insurance marketplace. Forty miles away at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid SErvices’ Baltimore headquarters, longtime agency computer experts with different bosses oversaw building the site’s software and hardware components.

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