Department of Veterans Affairs Officials Plot To Cancel Backlogged Exam Requests And Destroy Veterans’ Medical Files

The Daily Caller reports “Employees of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) destroyed veterans’ medical files in a systematic attempt to eliminate backlogged veteran medical exam requests, a former VA employee told The Daily Caller.

Audio of an internal VA meeting obtained by TheDC confirms that VA officials in Los Angeles intentionally canceled backlogged patient exam requests.” Read more HERE.

Published in: on February 26, 2014 at 10:49 pm  Comments (1)  

Gatekeepers In Maine Governor LePage’s Office At It Again!

A constituent (a veteran) sent a letter to Governor Paul LePage about our veteran heroes being under attack by our own government and requesting assistance from his office. View response from Patricia Condon, Director, Constituent Services and veteran’s response to Ms. Condon.

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Have you heard yet from Governor Lepage?

Stay tuned for more on state gatekeepers!




Published in: on March 16, 2013 at 8:40 pm  Leave a Comment  

[new post] US Department of Veterans Affairs Cooperating With Investigation

BDN reports  “The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs spent about $5 million for conferences that are drawing scrutiny from Congress and the agency’s internal watchdog amid concern about potentially lavish government conferences and improper gifts to planners.”

“Months after a scandal and shake-up at the General Services Administration over a lavish conference there, Congress and the department’s inspector general are looking into two 2011 VA training conferences in Orlando, Fla., which included $52,000 for a parody video and $84,000 for promotional items such as pens.”

“A series of interviews have uncovered questionable activities and we have notified both the Secretary and Congress of these issues,” the VA inspector general’s office said in a statement issued last week. Representative Darrell Issa, the head of the House Oversight Committee, wrote Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki on August 13 seeking more details. Shinseki “will hold accountable any individuals who are found to have misused taxpayer dollars or violated our standards of conduct.”

Published in: on August 21, 2012 at 6:18 pm  Leave a Comment  
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