Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has promised to review the performance of contractors who helped build a foundering website intended to help people buy health insurance.
Sebelius said Friday she would make sure taxpayers got their money's worth from the private companies contracted to build HealthCare.gov.
Her visit also comes amid a big blame game over over the computer glitches that have plagued the new website where people are supposed to be able to enroll for insurance coverage.
Many people have not been able to sign up because of the computer problems.
During a visit to Austin, she met with two people who had successfully used the website to enroll in a health plan. Both said they struggled with the site but were eventually happy with their policies and the prices they paid.
As a result of this, some Republicans have been calling for Sebelius' resignation and they want the health care law put on hold until the problems are fixed.
In Austin on Friday morning, Sebelius didn't sound like either of those would happen.
"I think the most important thing is fix it," she said. "That's what the president expects. That's what I expect. We have new talent working on it, new technology for this marketplace."
What will happen in San Antonio on Friday afternoon: Sebelius, along with San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro and County Judge Nelson Wolff will be discussing local efforts to get people enrolled.
The deadline to sign up for coverage is March 31 or face fines.
But there's another deadline. For coverage to kick in by Jan. 1, folks need to enroll by Dec. 15.