Veterans Affairs Tries New Angle To Silence Whistleblowers, Attacks Free Speech
The Department of Veterans Affairs has concocted a new scheme to silence whistleblowers who publicly disclose certain whistleblower retaliation facts.
Q: I served in the “blue water” Navy offshore from Vietnam during that war. I never stepped foot on Vietnamese soil, but have now been told I have Type II diabetes.
Changes in Veterans Benefits Ahead: Plan Accordingly
The Veterans Administration offers assistance to low-income veterans and surviving spouses, 65 years and older, through its Special Pension or Aid and Attendance programs.
Administration officials move slowly to fill open VA leadership posts
Two months into his tenure as Secretary of Veterans Affairs, David Shulkin still doesn’t have most of his top team in place.
But that could change in coming weeks.
Portland VA to temporarily stop removing vets from caregiver program
Under pressure from Oregon's congressional leaders, the Portland VA said Monday that it has temporarily stopped removing people from a program that pays spouses of disabled veterans to be caregivers.
State seeks dismissal of ex-Vets Affairs secretary's defamation suit
Former Louisiana Veterans Affairs Secretary David LaCerte's defamation lawsuit against the state's legislative auditor and inspector general, who accused him of mismanaging state funds and puffing up his military service credentials, should be thrown out, state attorneys maintain.
VA employee rebuts idea of commercial EHR
Veterans Affairs Department brass might be rethinking their strategy of retaining the Vista electronic health care record system in favor of a commercial product, as the Defense Department is now doing.
What Is Something Veterans Can Do To Help Reform Veterans Affairs?
Is Trump Enlisting in the War Party?
By firing off five dozen Tomahawk missiles at a military airfield, our “America First” president may have plunged us into another Middle East war that his countrymen do not want to fight.