The Veterans Affairs and Defense departments have slightly different views about the role of open-source development in their joint electronic health record system, according to the VA's CIO Roger Baker.
Some agency officials fear their in-depth inventories of service contracts will turn out to be useful to no one due to funding, manpower shortages.
VA hires a critic; Happy Mother's Day to the planet; America's ready for high-speed rail.
VA and DOD senior officials updated a Senate committee on progress on their joint common electronic health record platform on May 18.
VA CIO Roger Baker said choosing open source to modernize VA's digital health records system will help the department avoid spending $16 billion on a commercial solution.
The Veterans Affairs Department has hired veteran and blogger Alex Horton -- one of its most vocal critics -- to critique the agency from the inside.
A Veterans Affairs Department official outlined some of the department's major IT programs at an industry event.
Roger Baker, the Veterans Affairs Department's assistant secretary for information and technology, offered some details about how the VA and Defense Department are going to meld their digital medical record systems.
The Veterans Affairs and Defense departments have released a new mobile application designed to help veterans and service members suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
A senior Veterans Affairs Department official plans to propose a penalty for contracting officers if they don't file contracting information into the VA's database.
The Veterans Affairs Department rushed through procuring Wi-Fi at 236 VA facilities, according to a new report from the Office of Inspector General.
The Veterans Affairs Department released a contingency plan and field guide today describing what steps will be taken in the event of a government shutdown.