A major player in the benefits market, Towers Watson, has joined the list of companies that say they have signed "Web broker entity" agreements with federal exchange program managers.
Towers Watson still needs to get certified as a federal exchange broker before it can actually sell the plans available through the "federally facilitated exchanges" to be run by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. CMS expects to run FFEs in 36 states.
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