The VA has canceled a major research contract on Gulf War illness with a medical center in Dallas, citing performance deficiencies and noncompliance.
The VA mistakenly notified as many as 1,200 veterans that they have the fatal Lou Gehrig's disease, according to a veterans service group.
The Veterans Affairs Department responds to the VA inspector general's findings of misconduct by people while working in the department's information technology office.
The Veterans Affairs' inspector general has found that people engaged in ethical violations while working for VA's information technology office.
The Veterans Affairs Department is struggling with a 26 percent vacancy rate in its acquisition staff, Deputy Secretary W. Scott Gould said today as he outlined a new "corporate" approach to the buying process.
The Veterans Affairs and Defense departments have made progress on health care data interoperability but still fall short in some areas, a new report says.
The Veterans Affairs Department plans to award multiple contracts to develop its paperless benefits project.
A Defense Department pilot program designed for easy access to medical files could propel government and military recordkeeping into the 21st century, a CIO said.
A new bill would require the Veterans Affairs Department to give priority to veteran-owned small businesses when outsourcing work with no competition.
VA officials halted 45 information technology projects with a budget of $200 million that are behind schedule or over budget.
The Defense and Veterans Affairs departments are making progress on electronic health records interoperability, but the project's management needs to be improved, the Government Accountability Office said.
The academy's Internship School that trains the next generation of acquisition employees gets award for its approach to teaching.