VA hints it may go commercial with e-health record
Commercial or custom? One of the oldest, running questions in government procurement
DAAs dramatically increase HCV cure rates among veterans
Since the introduction of direct-acting antiviral (DAA) agents, there has been a remarkable increase in hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment rates and cure rates
House subcommittee holds Agent Orange hearing
Sick Vietnam War sailors seeking federal disability benefits because of exposure to Agent Orange hit two familiar roadblocks Wednesday
Rand Paul: Trump needs Congress to authorize military action in Syria
"While we all condemn the atrocities in Syria, the United States was not attacked,"
Know Your Consumer Rights: Can Debt Collectors Take Social Security Or VA Benefits?
The US Treasury has installed laws that require banks to protect a portion of these assets for your use when they are direct deposited into your account.
Veterans’ Stories: Marine earned Bronze Star and three Purple Hearts in Korea
Lloyd Lockliear served roughly 30 years in the Marine Corps, from his enlistment in 1948 to his retirement in 1978
Million Veteran Program Meets 500K Participant Enrollment Milestone; Looks to Expand WGS Capacity
Despite a limited budget, the US Department of Veterans Affairs last year met its goal to enroll 500,000 participants
Toledo man charged with stealing $182,000 from Department of Veterans Affairs
A Toledo man was indicted for allegedly stealing $182,000, said David A. Sierleja, Acting United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.
Thousands pause for global centennial observance of U.S. entering WWI
Awed by an eight-plane flyover that left the sky streaked with plumes of red, white and blue contrails