Todd Park too busy fixing HealthCare.gov to testify on its shortcomings

While U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park has said he's willing to testify in front of a House oversight committee about the shortcomings of HealthCare.gov, there's just one problem--he's still too busy trying to fix the glitch-ridden website, the White House said on Thursday, according to Reuters.

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), in particular, has been calling for Park's testimony. "Because Mr. Park is currently occupied full time on the critically important work of improving the website for the millions of Americans seeking affordable health insurance options, his testimony needs to be scheduled at a time that is less disruptive to that work," Donna Pignatelli, the assistant director for legislative affairs in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, wrote in a letter to Issa. Article

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