As we kickoff 2021, the Coalition for Government Procurement took this opportunity to highlight 21 opportunities to improve the procurement system’s support of agency missions.
Denis McDonough, the president's pick to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs, said he'll bring his deep knowledge of government operations to the agency, which he and several senators said will be helpful in a complex bureaucracy like VA.
If there is a plan for vaccination of federal employees, will someone please reveal it?
Joe Biden has picked former WH chief of staff Denis McDonough to be the next Veterans Affairs Secretary. For what challenges McDonough is likely to face, Tom Temin spoke with former secretary Dr. David Shulkin.
In today's Federal Newscast, at least 132,000 health care professionals at the Department of Veterans Affairs have received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
VA deferred collection of these overpayments to give veterans financial relief due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Veterans Benefits Administration has partnered with several external groups to improve the banking services available to veterans.
The $1.4 trillion omnibus spending package is packed with provisions that set spending and policy priorities for a variety of federal agencies in 2021.
VA has paused its near-real-time public reporting of new COVID-19 cases, but as of Dec. 11, the department was tracking 17,757 active cases, including 1,441 VA health care workers with active COVID-19, according to VA's public data.
In today's Federal Newscast, the big-six veterans service organizations are calling on President Trump to immediately fire his VA secretary.
The State Department has prioritized vaccines for its frontline medical personnel, critical operations and maintenance staff and some diplomatic security personnel in the national capital region. The Department of Veterans Affairs detailed a risk order for its 248,000 frontline healthcare professionals and where they fall in line.
In today's Federal Newscast, veterans service organizations and others have mixed reactions to President-elect Biden's pick to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs.
We need to continue to build on technological improvements and ensure they are deployed at every VA facility. That is how the care every veteran deserves can go from good to great.
An investigative report by the Veteran Affairs Department's internal watchdog has taken a look at what VA Secretary Robert Wilkie did when he was confronted with a sexual assault allegation at the flagship medical center in the nation's capital