Ultimately, the IG found that the VA’s lack of budgeting skills may have denied 80,000 veterans the opportunity to receive care from non-VA doctors
Last week, the VA made two significant announcements about the job security of several high-ranking employees who have been involved in some of the most shocking scandals at the VA in the past two years.
By Phil Hegseth | Tuesday, January 12th 2016
In the end, the VA managed to create more backlog…in the name of fixing the backlog, and sacrificed veterans’ privacy in the process.
By Phil Hegseth | Friday, January 8th 2016
Two weeks ago, a pair of VA officials were demoted after the inspector general found they had defrauded the department of $400,000. But then, Yesterday, the VA rescinded the demotions of these unethical senior executives. Why? “A paperwork error.”
By Phil Hegseth | Friday, December 4th 2015
Earlier this week, the Washington Examiner discovered that the Department of Veterans Affairs spent AT LEAST $6 million (with more potentially unaccounted for) on promoting the Affordable Care Act (also known as “Obamacare”). The unquestionably political nature of that realization could stand alone as the FAIL, but the Examiner went on to make a very scary and eye-opening comparison: