President Barack Obama speaks about the Affordable Care Act on Nov. 14, 2013. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
David Jackson, USA TODAY
President Obama talks about some of the most hot button issues of his tenure during a Tuesday meeting with a group of high tech entrepreneurs.
Electronic surveillance and the new health care law are on the agenda as Obama and Vice President Biden meet with a group that includes executives from Apple, Amazon, Twitter, Netflix, Yahoo, Facebook, Microsoft, and Google.
Participants will discuss "progress made in addressing performance and capacity issues with HealthCare.Gov and how government can better deliver IT to maximize innovation, efficiency and customer service," the White House schedule says.
It adds that "the meeting will also address national security and the economic impacts of unauthorized intelligence disclosures."
Obama also plans to discuss "ways his Administration can partner with the tech sector to further grow the economy, create jobs and address issues around income inequality and social mobility," says the schedule.
The meeting comes a day after a federal judge said National Security Agency surveillance programs may well violate the U.S. Constitution.
The administration is also trying to recover from a botched health care rollout that included a malfunctioning website.
Also on Tuesday, Obama and Biden meet with Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.