The Veterans Affairs Department has abruptly canceled a major contract that was hailed as a key development for the joint common health record platform with the Defense Department.
The Veterans Affairs Department is one of several federal agencies looking for alternatives to MS Office, says CIO Roger Baker.
A process VA created to handle a flood of incoming disability claims related to Agent Orange has some serious holes, audit finds.
Office is the government's dominant productivity suite, but the Veterans Affairs department would like to find a less expensive alternative.
The Veterans Affairs Department set up a performance dashboard populated with sensitive data and failed to adequately protect it from unauthorized access, according to a new report.
The VA's dispute with its employees' union continued to heat up as the agency responded to claims that its outsourcing practices are undermining its veteran hiring goals.
Union leader suggests VA's telework policies violate the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010.
The Veterans Affairs Department is continuing to outsource jobs currently or historically held by veterans, according to union.
Under new legislation, agencies would have to search the Veterans Affairs Department’s VetBiz database before awarding a contract
VA's Michele Foster believes vendors have a lot to offer, but only if they are given the opportunity to share.
Clinicians and benefits specialists need mobile devices more than other employees, says CIO Roger Baker.
The Veterans Affairs department has launched a new program to train wounded vets for new careers as acquisition specialists.