VA Is Still A ‘High Risk’ For Mismanagement And Waste, Government Report Says
The Government Accountability Office first designated the VA a high risk in 2015, and says not enough improvement has been made to change that.
Here’s How Trump’s Hiring Freeze Could Hurt Veterans
The hiring freeze could hit veterans looking for federal jobs and those seeking health care at the VA.
VA Will Finally Cover Assisted-Reproduction Technology For Service-Related Injuries
Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) stewarded legislation to remove a ban that has been in place since the 1990s.
Amputated Right Leg Will Be Most Important Witness In This VA Malpractice Suit
Kuncl donated the amputated portion of his leg to a local group that trains rescue dogs. The group preserved it and it is now the most important evidence in his case.
VA Employees Received Millions In Improper Incentives, According To New Report
The report found that the VA comprehensively misused incentive programs, but the agency doesn’t like the way the programs are structured.
Trump Just Met With A New Potential Nominee For VA Secretary
Veterans Affairs and the Department of Agriculture are the only cabinet posts still without a nominee.
Think Your VA Rating Is Wrong? Here’s What You Can Do
If you believe that the VA rated your disability incorrectly, there is a way to refute it.
Don’t Ditch The VA Now That It’s Finally Improving
The VA outperforms the private sector in many areas, according to a Harvard Business School case study.
The One Problem That Will Make Or Break Trump’s Pick For VA Secretary
The problems in the VA don’t stem from the top, but from middle management, which is entrenched in bureaucracy and plausible deniability.