What's Being Done to Stop VA Mismanagement
President Obama has vowed to get to the bottom of lapses in treatment at Veterans Affairs Department-managed health care facilities nationwide, and to hold VA employees responsible if allegations of secret waiting lists and falsified documents prove true. Look here for our latest coverage.
October 27 The lack of faith spreads from elected officials to federal institutions.
August 12 Don't let a crisis of leadership drag down your organization's performance.
August 1 At least some of the emphasis should be on what VA is doing right.
July 24 Divide over additional funding for the department threatens House-Senate conference negotiations.
July 8 Federal employee advocates question legality, say process in place to ensure fairness.
July 2 From Procter & Gamble to one of government’s biggest bureaucracies.
June 30 McDonald will inherit a scandal-plagued department with few easy fixes.
June 30 VA nurse manager in New York was threatened with unpaid suspension after voicing concerns about patient care and retaliation.
June 27 Disability claims aren't the only ones clogging up the system.
June 24 Lawmakers still must bridge major divides before they’ll be able to agree on reform bill.
June 24 Phoenix records were altered at least seven times since last October, clerk tells CNN.
June 23 Acting secretary responds to whistleblowers with 14-day medical office review.
June 9 Reid says the chamber will vote as soon as a bill is ready.
June 9 The SES pay system will make it difficult to attract needed talent.
June 6 Lawmakers still have many options to consider.
June 5 Measure also includes provisions aimed at reducing veterans' wait times for care.
June 4 Key jobs remain vacant as the Senate deals with treatment of veterans and a backlog of nominees.
June 2 That was the fate suffered by the first head of the Veterans Bureau.
May 28 Republican’s proposal also would remove red tape from firing workers involved in latest scandal.
May 28 Two patients in their 20s died unexpectedly after being treated at the facility.