The Veterans Affairs Department has once again fired a scandal-plagued senior executive, this time using the authorities Congress afforded it and President Trump signed into law in June.

VA initially dismissed Brian Hawkins, the former director of the department’s medical center in Washington, D.C., in April after a report cited the facility for deficiencies in how it handles medical supplies. The department’s inspector general faulted managers for failing to act on issues they had known about, which ultimately “compromised patient safety.” VA placed Hawkins in an administrative position immediately following the report’s release until it proposed his firing June 9.  VA Re-Fires Scandal-Plagued Employee  

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