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The VA’s Strained Relationship With The Truth By Jeff Miller The Denver Post July 9, 2016 The Department of Veterans Affairs has had a lot to say in recent years regarding its failed attempts at building VA hospitals. But the key question is whether VA officials’ construction-related pronouncements are to be believed. When it comes to […]
Today, Chairman Jeff Miller released the below statement regarding the latest veteran suicide data from the Department of Veterans Affairs. “Any time a person who fought to defend America dies by their own hand, it’s a tragedy. And these numbers are heartbreaking proof that we have a long way to go in order to end this […]
Yesterday, Chairman Jeff Miller introduced H.R. 5620, the VA Accountability First and Appeals Modernization Act of 2016. The bill would strengthen protections for whistleblowers and help fix the Department of Veterans Affairs’ biggest problem – its pervasive lack of accountability for misbehaving employees. Additionally, the bill would reform the department’s disability benefits appeals process – a […]
Chairman Jeff Miller today released the below statement regarding the Commission on Care’s final report on the Department of Veterans Affairs health care system. “While the Commission on Care’s nearly 300-page report will take time to completely review and digest, the document makes it abundantly clear that the problems plaguing Department of Veterans Affairs medical […]
Today the House passed three veterans related bills, including: H.R. 4590, the Fiscal Year 2016 Department of Veterans Affairs Seismic Safety and Construction Authorization Act, as amended, would authorize a number of major medical facility construction projects to improve safety issues at facilities that are at high-risk for earthquakes. It would also require a greater […]
Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Navy Veteran Karen LeeAnn Fox. Karen joined the Navy in 1994. She served 2 years onboard the USS Fort McHenry as diesel engine technician before transferring to Fleet Industrial Supply Center Yokosuka, Detachment Sasebo. In 2000, she reported to Lackland AFB to attend Master at Arms training where she graduated Honor Graduate. […]