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The Department of Veterans Affairs is creating an equity task force to ensure minority and underserved veteran populations have equal access to VA health care and benefits.
The White House recently appointed Loren DeJong Schulman as Associate Director for Performance and Personnel Management at the Office of Management and Budget.
Deputy VA Secretary Donald Remy helped lead a governmentwide effort to improve customer experience and oversaw the VA’s rollout of a new Electronic Health Record.
In today's Federal Newscast: Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks talks about a mental-health priority. The financial systems modernization at DHS comes under GAO scrutiny. And the IRS is looking for volunteers to advise the agency.
The National Archives has a plan to eliminate the pandemic-era backlog and avoid similar situations in the future.
The continuous showdown continues on Capitol Hill this week. Congress returns to session, just days before the expected White House release of its 2024 budget request.
The challenges VA workers and all federal employees face are real and should not be dismissed. We have to do better for VA workers and all federal employees, and that starts with passing the FAIR Act and ensuring an 8.7% average pay increase.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has struck an agreement with one of its unions that would allow the agency to expedite the hiring process for certain employees.
The Department of Veterans Affairs sees progress on its hiring goals, as well as decreased attrition, as positive signs that it will be able to retain the health care workforce it needs to handle a surge of new patients.
The VA needs to keep breaking new records for claims processed, if it hopes to keep pace with a workload surge under the burn-pit toxic exposure legislation signed into law last summer.
A new governmentwide pay model for federal IT and cybersecurity employees is coming into focus.
House Republicans are challenging the latest legal decision to limit the Department of Veterans Affairs’ ability to fire employees, under a law Congress passed more than five years ago.
Terry Adirim, the program executive director of the VA’s EHR Modernization Integration Office is leaving the agency, effective Feb. 25.
The White House is promoting its unity agenda as a playbook for what the administration can accomplish with a Republican-controlled House.