HealthCare.gov Built by Rookies: Johnson

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Oct. 21 (Bloomberg) –- Department of Better Technology CEO Clay Johnson discusses what went wrong with the government’s website for health care exchanges. He speaks with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

To fail, throw a of money at it.

If you want a large project to fail miserably, throw a lot of money at it and put congress in charge of the deadlines.

The idea is not to change -- chase good money after bad money.

I think as an american public it is up to us to say that time after time after time these large i.t. procurements really fail.

What we have to do is say that this playbook doesn't work anymore.

Let's try it on smaller, more agile, more modular buys.

Let's limit the scope of what government is trying to do technically read when something does go wrong, it only affects the part of the site rather than the whole thing.

That was clay johnson, ceo of the department of better

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