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Construction Flaws in Afghan Prison Merit a Refund from Contractor, Says Watchdog

Building in earthquake zone has weak walls; SIGAR suspects fraud.

Last month, Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki  testified before the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee. He has since resigned his position.

In Wake of Scandal, VA Nominees Stuck in Senate Limbo

Key jobs remain vacant as the Senate deals with treatment of veterans and a backlog of nominees.

How Executive Incentives Compounded the VA’s Problems

If done right, bonuses could push leaders to expedite changes.

John Kerry Busted Taking a Brief Nap in Poland

The secretary of state nodded off during the Polish president's answer to a question at a press conference.

3 Words You Shouldn't Say About Yourself

When you call yourself a giver, you fail the test of humility.

Spotting Top Executive Talent

Recruiters focus on potential, but competencies should not be overlooked.

In response to criticism of federal labor unions, AFGE's J. David Cox said, “Federal unions are not the reason why the Department of Veterans Affairs is facing a crisis over providing healthcare to our nation’s war heroes.”

Are Unions the Big Problem at Veterans Affairs?

The largest VA employees union rebuts columnist’s attack on “official time.”

Senate Veterans Affairs Committee Chairman Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.

Democrats Also Want to Make It Easier to Fire VA Execs

Democratic bill attempts to ensure due process, while Republican says some employees deserve prison.

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