According to an announcement by President Obama, Kurt DelBene will serve as a senior advisor on HealthCare.gov. Earlier he woked as an executive in Microsoft.
In july, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer had announced about DelBene’s retirement from the company. However, working in HealthCare.gov, he will guide Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and lead ongoing efforts.
“The group discussed the national security and economic impacts of unauthorized intelligence disclosures,” the White House said. “This was an opportunity for the President to hear from CEOs directly as we near completion of our review of signals intelligence programs, building on the feedback we’ve received from the private sector in recent weeks and months.”
“The President made clear his belief in an open, free, and innovative internet and listened to the group’s concerns and recommendations, and made clear that we will consider their input as well as the input of other outside stakeholders as we finalize our review of signals intelligence programs,” according to the White House.