• New technology helps VA answer the call for Veteran families in need

    VA’s National Cemetery Administration (NCA) and Office of Information and Technology (OIT) are partnering on a four-pronged infrastructure modernization effort—one of which is upgrading the telephony that underlies NCA’s telephone systems.

  • VA publishes Code of Integrity ethical standards for its Health Care Administration employees

    Centered upon VA’s I CARE values of Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect and Excellence, the VHA Code of Integrity, which was published April 22, makes VA among the first handful of federal departments or agencies to implement such an action

  • VA’s Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection: ‘Leadership equals accountability’

    To further enhance the overall culture at VA, leadership from the Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection spent two days at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System working closely with leadership as a part of a nationwide push to ensure accountability.  

  • VA takes decisive actions to move off the Government Accountability Office’s high-risk list

    VA recently delivered a comprehensive action plan to GAO that includes these crucial steps the agency has taken to address risk areas for VA health care, along with a number of others to improve business operations.

  • Modernizing VA to better serve Veterans

    At VA, delivering a consistently positive experience for both our […]

  • Advancing our culture of accountability in Veteran care

    At VA, we believe that Veterans and all American citizens […]

  • New law dramatically speeds up hiring process for VA medical center and network director positions

    VA now has the flexibility to hire qualified health-care executives expeditiously to lead its key health-care organizations without going through a previously cumbersome and time-consuming hiring process.

  • Secretary Shulkin on the ‘State of VA’: Making VA into an organization Veterans deserve

    "As a physician I tend to look at things in terms of the way I was trained – assess, diagnose, and then aggressively treat the patient,” VA Secretary Dr. David Shulkin said before outlining the current state of VA, clearly identifying risks the department faces in caring for Veterans.

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