House Veterans Affairs Committee

VA bonuses, Veterans Homeless Grants

VA paid nearly $11M in bonuses to ineligible executives, watchdog finds

A watchdog report finds breakdowns in communications — and leadership — led to the VA paying nearly $11 million in bonuses to ineligible career executives.

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VA bonuses, Veterans Homeless Grants

VA sexual harassment investigation recommends firing, recouping bonuses from supervisors

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(Getty Images/iStockphoto/wildpixel)Whistle blower or whistleblower concept as a symbol of a secret informer agent posing as an employee with his cast shadow of a whistle as a metaphor for inside infoermation on misconduct in a 3D illustration style.

Still a lot of work to do to gain the trust of VA whistleblowers

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VA bonuses, Veterans Homeless Grants

VA whistleblower office no longer ‘agency in crisis.’ But lawmakers question its results

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VA bonuses, Veterans Homeless Grants

VA committee leaders demand ‘guardrails’ for bonuses as agency claws back payouts to career executives

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va, AI, AI use cases, veterans

VA wraps first-wave EHR fixes, but employees ‘strongly disagree’ it’s ready to move forward

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AP/Charles DharapakVA, IT, data

VA, AFGE reach ‘historic’ settlement to reinstate, compensate thousands of wrongfully fired feds

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Amelia Brust/Federal News NetworkFederal Acquisition, GSA

VA says ‘true independent’ oversight coming to major acquisitions after lawmaker probes

The Department of Veterans Affairs is laying the groundwork for greater oversight of its major acquisitions, following repeated probes from lawmakers….

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AP/Charles DharapakVA, IT, data

House GOP pushes bill to fast-track firing at VA. Agency leaders doubt it’ll help

Top Republicans on the House Veterans Affairs Committee are leading a bill to let the Department of Veterans Affairs once again fire employees more quickly.

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Election 2022 House Louisiana

Two GOP lawmakers look to defund armed regulatory officers at certain federal agencies

In today’s Federal Newscast: Two GOP lawmakers are looking to defund armed regulatory officers at certain federal agencies. The Office of Personnel Management reminds agency managers they must not forget the “weather and safety leave” option. And it looks like your latest Zoom meeting is probably a public record.

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