The Senate stays silent on a pay raise for federal employees in its 2018 appropriations bill, meaning civilian workers are closer to a 1.9 percent boost next year.
On this episode of CyberChat, host Sean Kelley, former EPA CISO and former Veterans Affairs Department deputy CIO, explores the challenges and techniques organizations can utilize during crisis management.
The Defense and Veterans Affairs Departments sent answers to Congress about the oversight and timeline of joint electronic health records.
The Veterans Affairs Department has a few more details about its 10-year contract with Cerner Corporation with a new, interoperable electronic health record with the Defense Department.
National Park Service is steward of hundreds of sites across the country that commemorate veterans, in the form of parks, battlefields and 14 national cemeteries.
Federal contractor Accenture is among the supporters of the non-profit Boulder Crest’s efforts to help veterans realize their potential as regular citizens.
Lawmakers found the numbers presented by the departments involved don’t provide an accurate picture of the program’s success.
Veterans Day is one of those holidays that a lot of people don’t get, both literally and figuratively, and there are lots of people working today because their boss won’t let them off.
Bad paper means veterans can’t get help from the Veterans Affairs Department. Now a law firm is helping them with obtaining a discharge upgrade.
Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin is launching a veterans benefit advisory board to begin a strategic review of the many and diverse programs VA currently offers.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Department of Veterans Affairs has announced the launch of the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program (RAMP) to give veterans more options in claims disagreements.
Details on funding for the new program are still largely unclear. VA, however, believes administrative changes to the current Veterans Choice Program will save billions of dollars over 10 years.
The Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process has helped the military when Congress allows it. But the BRAC process might help the VA with its realignment.
As the Defense Department and the Veterans Affairs Department continue to move to electronic records, AMSUS Director and former Navy Surgeon General Michael Cowan describes what benefits the new system will bring.