After being blamed by Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler for the failure of Maryland's health insurance exchange website, Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown accepted that he, along with everyone else associated with it, was responsible. He went on to say, "Nobody was more frustrated than me, and that's why I took the action I did. I reorganized the leadership at the exchange; the executive director left. We refocused the vendors, fired those who didn't perform as promised, including IBM, and after evaluating the resources and capabilities at the exchange, we plussed up the call centers and the navigators, and the result [is] 330,000 Marylanders now with access to affordable, quality health [care]."