December 20, 2013
Oregon Health Authority Chief Information Officer Carolyn Lawson is shown before appearing at a Joint Interim Committee on Legislative Audits, Information Management and Technology in Salem Nov. 20. Lawson has resigned for personal reasons it was announced today.
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PORTLAND (AP) — A senior state manager who oversaw most of the development of Oregon’s struggling health insurance exchange resigned Thursday as developers continue trying to find some way get the online enrollment system to work. Carolyn Lawson stepped down as chief information officer of the Oregon Health Authority and the Department of Human Services for “personal reasons,” the agencies’ leaders wrote in a terse memo to Lawson’s staff and other senior officials.