The Veterans Affairs Department is making progress on an effort to digitize military service records for veterans, as part of its implementation of a major VA health care bill signed into law this summer.
The Veterans Affairs Department is in the midst of a five year pilot program. It's called VET TEC.
The Veterans Health Administration will hold a national onboarding surge event in November to get candidates who have already accepted job offers to start work sooner.
The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology is planning a healthcare project to establish best practices for security and privacy in telehealth situations.
According to Government Accountability Office auditors, VA falls short and planning and managing its crucial acquisition workforce.
In today's Federal Newscast: It looks like a government shutdown at midnight on Friday has been avoided. Lots of changes planned if the National Cemeteries Preservation and Protection Act is passed. And dissatisfaction and exhaustion rise for employees at the Social Security Administration.
The continuing resolution to keep the government's lights on next week. It's hitting some last minute political hurdles related to of all things, the so called Inflation Reduction Act
For a period of some 35 years, a million people were potentially exposed to contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune, the Marines base camp in North Carolina. Since 2017, veterans from that era are presumed to have service-related illnesses from drinking that water.
Federal agencies are moving into the spend it or lose it stage of the fiscal year with just two weeks to go.
The VA has drastically cut down the time it takes to authorize a new application for operational use on its multi-cloud network. Joe Fourcade, lead cybersecurity analyst at the VA’s Enterprise Cloud Solutions Office, says the streamlined “authority-to-operate” process helps gives VA projects “the ability to focus resources on the operation of their system, and only the controls that are really required of them.”
Michael Parrish, chief acquisition officer and Phil Christy, deputy executive director, from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Acquisition, Logistics, and Construction (OLAC) join host Roger Waldron on this week's Off the Shelf for a wide-ranging discussion focusing on VA operations and key policy, program, and modernization initiatives.
Many agencies are working to improve customer experience. An important element of that is convenience and identification and verification of those accessing digital services. Now the Veterans Affairs Department has expanded its use of login.gov for that very purpose
From federal policymakers to agency implementers, we've heard a ton of talk about artificial intelligence (AI). But neither group has done nearly everything it said it wants to do to promote effective use of AI. That's one takeaway from a new report card from the Information Technology Innovation Foundation.
The Senate Special Committee on Aging calls on VA and DOJ to improve federal technology accessibility to individuals and veterans with disabilities.