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VA’s latest IT project? A digital GI bill transformation

The Department of Veterans Affairs wants to reprogram $243 million from Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds to overhaul yet…

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GSA moving forward with automated contract oversight process

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Trying to modernize the federal workforce? Look for solutions to these barriers first

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In new ‘how-to’ guide, Pentagon’s innovation outpost urges rest of DoD to adopt rapid acquisition

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VA Secretary makes case for help from Congress to transform VHA

A new study says the Veterans Health Administration has the structure to be a great healthcare provider, but it needs changes to make the system work.

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Leadership, Congress key to reforming VA, panel finds

A blue-ribbon commission’s review of the Mitre Corporation’s audit of the Department of Veterans Affairs says if the agency doesn’t push for sweeping reforms…

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Gail Wilensky: Reviewing health reform at VA

When scandals over scheduling and poor health care reached a boiling point in 2014, Congress acted. One of its mandates in the Veterans Affairs reform bill was a top-to-bottom review of VA’s organizational set-up and whether it was optimal for delivering health care consistently. That task fell to the non-profit Mitre Corporation. After it completed that work, Mitre convened a blue-ribbon commission to review its findings. Gail Wilensky was a co-chair of the commission. On the Federal Drive with…

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