Bill Curtis

Consortium for IT Software Quality

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Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist at CAST, a software analysis company, and Director of the Consortium for IT Software Quality

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The White House has promised that  Healthcare.gov  will be running smoothly by the end of November, but yesterday, it crashed again.

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