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Not only does the badly mistreated taxpayer buck not stop at the desks of leaders of the Veterans Administration, it gets passed back to the folks who sent it to Washington in the first place.
How is the Department of Veterans Affairs going to pay for it?
Instead of using all of a $5 billion fund established by Congress to make the Department of Veterans Affairs more efficient, the VA proposes spending nearly a fifth of the money to compensate for grotesque inefficiency.
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No VA official has been disciplined or fired for billion dollar cost overrun
(Washington, D.C.) – Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson visited the Aurora VA hospital yesterday and refused to acknowledge any responsibility for the billion dollar cost overruns and admitted not a single employee has been disciplined or fired for the monumental mismanagement.
“Coffman’s idea is gathering momentum”
(Washington, D.C.) – The Denver Post editorial board has endorsed U.S. Representative Mike Coffman’s (R-CO) bill to get the Aurora VA hospital built by using VA bonus funds to cover the cost overruns.