Almost three times as many have signed up for health care coverage through state-run health exchanges than through the federal government’s marketplace as part of the Affordable Care Act, the Department of Health and Human Services reported Wednesday.
The plagued rollout of healthcare.gov isn’t so much a technical issue, but rooted in a larger management challenge and failure to adopt private-sector best practices in launching IT projects, according to testimony heard at the Nov. 13 hearing on the Affordable Care Act Health Insurance Marketplace.
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park has been subpoenaed by a House committee to speak about the ailing healthcare.gov website.
The White House is using technology to tackle an age-old issue from a new perspective. Human trafficking is a global problem and one the administration has pledged to redouble its efforts on here in the U.S.
With Monday marking the kickoff of National Health IT Week, U.S. CTO Todd Park took the opportunity to bring his trademark enthusiasm to an already-energetic crowd at the Health and Human Services Department.
The Obama administration is developing a second action plan on open government, and it’s asking citizens to help with the task.
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park discusses in this FedScoopTV interview how projects such as RFP-EZ can help lower the cost of government.
One of the most popular conversation topics in D.C. is rent: How much is someone paying, where they got a good deal, how no one can afford to live where they want to.
Marina Martin has been named chief technology officer at the Veterans Affairs Department, replacing former VA CTO Peter Levin, who left the department in March and headed to the private sector.
Twitter lawyer Nicole Wong is joining OSTP as deputy chief technology officer, on the heels of another recent hire, Code for America founder Jennifer Pahlka, who serves as deputy CTO of government innovation.
D.C. is known for its networking happy hours. Even after the 9-to-5 grind, folks are still gathering at local watering holes to relax with colleagues and talk shop. So where do government techies end up after business hours?
U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park on Tuesday gave an impassioned speech to America’s health care innovators, urging them to use newly released government data to fuel a revolution in the country’s health care.
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Jennifer Pahlka, founder and executive director at Code for America, announced May 30 she is joining OSTP to serve as deputy chief technology officer for government innovation under U.S. CTO Todd Park.
The federal government is witnessing the emergence of a “data-powered revolution in health care,” thanks in part to the money distributed by the Recovery Act, according to U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park.
The federal government celebrated the 1-year anniversary of the Digital Government Strategy on Thursday, highlighting the initiatives and programs developed over the past year. To help make sense of the different projects, FedScoop has created a guide that sums up the progress following the release of the framework.
Developers are already heading to Project Open Data, the White House’s public repository hosted on GitHub intended to foster collaboration and promote the continued improvement of the recently released open data policy.
A request for proposals pilot project, developed under the White House Presidential Innovation Fellows program, is starting to gain ground in the small business IT community.
The release of the White House open data policy was met with widespread acclaim by open government advocates. Here is what they had to say about it.
In an effort to promote interoperability and openness within the federal government, White House officials this morning released a new policy that requires agencies to make open and machine-readable data the new default for federal information.