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    VA’s Rocky Mountain Network leaders share what they learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and describe the way forward.

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    VR&E Executive Director William F. Streitberger shares his journey from VR&E program participant to program leader and why a VA career is so rewarding.

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    Jo Ann K. Webb’s service as an Army nurse in Vietnam led to a career centered on Veteran-health policy and politics. In 1989, at age 41 with a slim portfolio, she was named Director of the National Cemetery System (now Administration). Webb became the highest-ranking woman at the Veterans Administration for two years, and one of only two women to head the organization. In an oral history interview made for Women’s History Month, Webb didn’t recall that her lofty position was a big deal at the time--but it was.

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    VA Palo Alto Health Care System Director Thomas Fitzgerald discusses his post-military career path at VA and Intermediate Care Technician careers.

  • VA establishes commission to recommend new under secretary for its Veterans Health Administration

    The Under Secretary for Health manages VHA, the nation’s largest health-care system, which has an annual budget of approximately $61 billion and oversees the delivery of care to more than 9 million enrolled Veterans.

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    VA Secretary Robert (Bob) McDonald has made health care recruitment […]

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