CMS COO Michelle Snyder Retires
According to a report from The New York Times, CMS Chief Operating Officer Michelle Snyder is retiring this week.
Ms. Snyder — who oversaw the agency's day-to-day operations and allocation of resources — worked with the technology experts who constructed HealthCare.gov and was actively involved in efforts to repair the site, which experienced numerous technical problems following its launch, according to the report. Ms. Snyder's deputy, Tim Love, will take over as acting COO.
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