Advancing our culture of accountability in Veteran care


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At VA, we believe that Veterans and all American citizens have the right to know what our organization is doing to hold team members accountable. That’s why we’re now posting information regarding adverse employee actions on a weekly basis.

This is a big step forward in our commitment to transparency and accountability, as it makes us the country’s first federal agency to publicize such data. By doing so, we’ll highlight opportunities for improvement to help staff members continually grow as professionals. In turn, we will raise the standard of care for our Veterans.

If you’re interested in building on our success, consider becoming part of our team. You’ll receive outstanding benefits, including generous paid time off and other perks that will help you make the most of life. And with access to valuable resources like cutting-edge technology, groundbreaking research and experienced mentors, you’ll be empowered to perform at your best every day while moving your career forward. Above all, you will enjoy the unmatched personal fulfillment that comes with advancing Veteran care.

Ready to apply? Explore our available positions and pursue one today.

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  1. Gretchen P Reinhardt    

    One of the best ways would be for the VA DBC to quit illegally retaliate against veterans for submitting complaints against VA staff, by Patient record Flagging them falsely as violent criminals. And then when veterans are flagged, the VA DBC take away all forms of problem solving like access to the VA Patient Advocate and VA Police for filing reports against VA staff that file false VA Police reports. Even the VA OIG looks the other way, as they are just there to protect the VA staff, not the veterans.

    I have been dealing with these VA criminal acts and documenting them via FOIA requests since 2010.

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