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Jonah Czerwinski

Jonah J. Czerwinski is founding director of the VA Center for Innovation and has served as an advisor to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs since 2009. Prior to joining VA, Jonah was Managing Consultant at IBM Global Business Services and was a Senior Fellow in IBM's Global Leadership Initiative. From 2001-2006, Jonah served as Director of Homeland Security Projects at the Center for the Study of the Presidency. He was appointed Senior Fellow at the Homeland Security Policy Institute of the George Washington University and Director on the Board of the Partnership for a Secure America.
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A Hotbed of Innovation: The Exciting New Initiative at Veterans Affairs

September 11, 2012 In early 2010, Secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA) Erik K. Shinseki launched the VA Innovation Initiative (known as VAi2) to bring fresh thinking to Departmental challenges. VAi2 hit the ground running, sourcing ideas from VA employees, entrepreneurs, and industry and is about to pivot toward a more permanent model of...

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