The Veterans Affairs Department and Government Accountability Office are fighting over an IT development process omission that could have broader implications.
While questioning some IT programs, VA Inspector General George Opfer said his office's efforts had resulted in $1.2 billion in savings, avoided costs and other monetary benefits.
Two recent security incidents at the Veterans Affairs Department involved employees who didn't follow protocols despite receiving training to do so.
The Veterans Affairs Department reports on its IT and social media programs and how well it met performance goals.
Agencies are making progress in meeting the goals of an executive order issued by President Obama last November to encourage the hiring of vets into federal jobs.
A new website is geared toward helping soldiers and veterans who need complex medical care to navigate all the available information on benefits and other resources.
The Veterans Affairs Department's new blog is edited by Brandon Friedman, who also is VA director of new media.
The Veterans Affairs Department and the Defense Department are seeking to modernize their patient health record systems.
A pair of conferences in Washington get under way and feature government executives speaking about innovation and other IT-related issues.
The Veterans Affairs Department is moving to automate the processing of veterans' education benefits, but the program is still vulnerable to performance and cost problems, according to the VA's inspector general.
The Veterans Affairs Department is nearly two years behind schedule in implementing secure credentials for employees and contractors as required by Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12.
The Veterans Affairs Department is taking a number of steps to maKe it easier for veterans to interact with the agency by phone or via the Internet.