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Default Former Microsoft Office exec Kurt DelBene will rebuild HealthCare.gov

Leading Microsoft is arguably the toughest (and most up-for-grabs) job in tech right now, but salvaging a catastrophic government website launch is a close runner-up. The White House has tapped Kurt DelBene, the outgoing Microsoft Office President, ...

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