Serious deficiencies in contracting at the Veterans Affairs Department are allowing ineligible contractors to work and get paid, audits find.
The VA is preparing to allow clinicians at VA medical facilities to access some commercial cloud applications.
The Veterans Health Administration has problems with implementing a 2006 directive to improve its contracting with affiliated medical schools and teaching hospitals, according to a new report.
Roger Baker, CIO of the Veterans Affairs Department, said the department is getting ready to open wired and wireless networks to iPads and iPhones by Oct. 1.
The House and Senate disagree on VA's IT budget for fiscal 2012.
The Veterans Affairs Department laid out several goals for its ambitious $12 billion "T4" IT acquisitions contract.
The Veterans Affairs Department plans to allow employees to use mobile devices on VA networks by Oct. 1, CIO Roger Baker announced.
A House lawmaker last week reintroduced a bill aimed at speeding up the disability claims process at the Veterans Affairs Department.
The Veterans Affairs Department has selected a small business as the custodial agent for an open-source ecosystem development program to modernize the VA's VistA electronic health record system.
CIOs offer updates on IT reform progress, challenges and priorities as milestone nears.
The Veterans Affairs Department sees an opportunity to develop a better acquisition workforce.
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