Lawmakers say they fear cybersecurity mitigation efforts are taking a backseat to the mounting pile of IT modernization initiatives ongoing at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Toni Townes-Whitley, president for U.S. Regulated Industries at Microsoft, said industry is shifting away from providing software or products to finding more relevant mission-focused technologies and services.
To honor the late Under Secretary for Health Dr. Robert Jesse, the Department of Veterans Affairs named an annual award for Excellence in Innovation in his name.
The Veterans Health Administration’s Innovation Ecosystem is bigger than ever, and employees are still eager to pitch their own ideas — even when the funding needed to grow those ideas isn’t always guaranteed.
The Defense Department is balancing urgency and patience in deploying its new electronic health record system.
For the past 10 years, the Wounded Warrior Project’s Annual Warrior Survey has gauged the status of US veterans and how well the services meant to care for them are doing.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Department of Veterans Affairs and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services have formed a new partnership to uncover potential waste, fraud and abuse among veteran health providers.
Lawmakers said they still couldn’t recommend the Department of Veterans Affairs’ accountability office as a safe space for whistleblowers, despite VA’s assertions that the organization is slowly improving.
Last year, VAs medical facilities had vacancy rates of 11%. That’s why management of care stays stuck on the high risk list maintained by the GAO.
A scathing review by VA’s inspector general found the Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection failed to meet the missions Congress gave it, and may have actually put whistleblowers in danger.
As agencies begin to review the recent results of the Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey, the Office of Personnel Management has a new toolkit to help supervisors better understand and digest the feedback.