RWJF grantees share technology lessons from the Maximizing Enrollment program: In 2009, eight states—Alabama, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin—received $1 million grants from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) Maximizing Enrollment program to improve enrollment and retention of children in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program and to promote best practices in enrollment simplification. After passage of the ACA, the program’s goal was revised to encompass individuals who would become Medicaid eligible in 2014. Four years later, the grantee states have pioneered innovations by using grant funds to revamp cumbersome, paper-driven enrollment processes, modernize systems, change business processes, and procure new tools. This report, the first in a series of final program reports, shares findings from the grantees’ experiences of piloting technology. The 31-page report describes strategies adopted in four areas: application and renewal technologies, customer interfaces, system functioning, and workflow management. These strategies go beyond what federal law requires and may be useful to other states moving forward with ACA implementation. The National Academy for State Health Policy (NASHP) provided technical assistance and direction to grantee states, and the 31-page report is available on the NASHP site at www.nashp.org/publication/harnessing-technology-streamline-enrollment-experiences-eight-maximizing-enrollment.