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3 Must-Do’s for Leading Through Change

When restructuring gets tough, real managers don’t run and hide.

Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., will soon introduce a bill to allow veterans to sue VA workers who tampered with health records.

Senator Wants to Make It Easier to Sue VA Employees, Take Their Money

Republican’s proposal also would remove red tape from firing workers involved in latest scandal.

The Burning Leadership Question: Are You a Flame or an Ember?

It may not be flashy, but moral character trumps charisma.

Census Faces Pressure from Both Chambers of Congress and Both Political Parties

House may vote this week to make mandatory community survey voluntary.

The Arizona Army National Guard 108th band plays during a Veteran's Day parade in 2013, in downtown Phoenix.

Inspector General Confirms Vets Waited 115 Days for Care in Phoenix

Report confirms long waiting times for 1,700 veterans there and says the problem is nationwide.

Avoid These Three Traps and Become a More Decisive Leader

Coming up short on ingenuity, the other key measure of leadership decision making, can also be a blind spot for many people.

U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel

Pentagon Will Review Its Health Care System to Avoid VA’s Mistakes

Defense secretary orders assessment to determine any weaknesses.

Army Removes the Commander of Fort Bragg's Hospital Following Patient Deaths

Two patients in their 20s died unexpectedly after being treated at the facility.

VA Resets Patient Waiting List Policies

Department will return to 30-day waiting lists before outsourcing appointments to non-VA facilities.