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Speaking at a panel in San Antonio, Texas, Sebelius was asked what advice she would give to those seeking federal healthcare plans.
The Obama administration is working furiously to fix the myriad problems that have plagued the HealthCare.gov website, as the botched rollout has dominated headlines and provoked a round of congressional hearings.
Sebelius is scheduled to testify in front of the House Energy and Commerce Committee next week.
On Friday, Sebelius said she wasn’t happy with the state of the website, but said “significant improvements” have already been made.
“I’d be the first to admit that the website is far from where we want it to be and where it should be,” she said.
“We’ve made significant improvement over the last several weeks but it’s still not functioning at the right pace,” she added.