Trump Just CLEANED HOUSE – Fires 3,600 From Washington’s Most Corrupt Agency! | Trending News

2018-11-17T06:43:32+00:00 November 17th, 2018|

Hi there its WB and welcome to world broadcast YouTube channel before we get started make sure you hit the subscribe button and press Bell icon to never miss any latest news Trump just clean house fires 3,600 from Washington’s most corrupt agency taking care of our veterans should be among our nation’s top priorities sadly 800,000 records were found stalled in the Department of Veterans Affairs enrollment system in 2015 far worse is that 307 thousand of those veterans died months or years before that that is shocking and is simply unfathomable a request by the House Committee on Veterans Affa…

Continue reading… to investigate two whistleblowers allegations of mismanagement at the VA Health eligibility sandy received a response from the Inspector General who also found that VA staffers incorrectly marked unprocessed applications and may have deleted 10,000 or more records in the previous five years before these findings no wonder Trump has fired more than 3,600 from the VA CNN has more on this story that started during the Obama administration CNN hundreds of thousands of veterans listed in the Department of Veterans Affairs enrollment system died before their applications for carrier processed according to a report issued Wednesday the VA s Inspector General found that out of about 800,000 Records stalled in the agency’s system for managing health care enrollment there were more than 300 7,000 records that belonged to veterans who had died months or years in the past the Inspector General said due to limitations in the system’s data the number of records did not necessarily represent veterans actively seeking enrollment in VA health care in a response to a request by the House Committee on Veterans Affairs to investigate whistleblowers allegations of mismanagement at the VA health eligibility center the Inspector General also found VA staffers incorrectly marked unprocessed applications and may deleted 10,000 or more records in the last five years in one case a veteran who applied for VA care in 1998 was placed in pending status for 14 years another veteran who passed away in 1988 was found to have an unprocessed record lingering in 2014 the investigation found for more than a year CNN investigated and reported on Veterans deaths and delays at VA facilities across the country including detailed investigations in November 2013 and January 2014 examining deaths at two VA facilities in South Carolina and Georgia the report released Wednesday reveals a web of complications with the VA z-man’s of health care enrollment data including a lack of procedures to oversee records software glitches within the record system and inconsistency in identifying veterans who have died the Inspector General found a VA office responsible for enrollment has not effectively managed its business processes to ensure the consistent creation and maintenance of essential data additionally the investigation states the Veterans Health Administration has not adequately established procedures to identify individuals who have died including those with bending healthcare enrollment records the report said an internal VA investigation in 2010 found staffers had hidden veterans applications in their desks so they could process them out a later time but Human Resources later recommended the staffers responsible not be disciplined Scott Davis a program specialist at the VA health eligibility Center said thousands more veterans who have returned from combat in Iraq and Afghanistan have not received care because of being erroneously placed in the enrollment systems backlog he said many of these combat veterans have since lost their 5 year eligibility for care due to the delay people who fought and who earned the right to VA health care were never given VA health care Davis said they literally died while waiting for VA to process their health care application Davis said he alerted both jiae’s inspector general and members of Congress two problems with the health eligibility center records more than a year ago he said he also alerted the White House and senior officials at the VA but was ignored va Deputy Inspector General Linda Halliday said in a statement Wednesday that whistleblowers have proven to be a valuable information source to pursue accountability and corrective actions in VA programs in a statement the VA said it continues the efforts outlined in previous blogs and public responses to contact veterans with the record in a pending status to determine if they desire to enroll in VA health care we have been reaching out to veterans to let them know the additional information needed so that we may complete through application as of June 30th the VA sent letters to three hundred two thousand forty five veterans asking them to submit required documents to establish their eligibility than thirty four thousand five hundred seventeen of those veterans have since being enrolled for care the VA said our mission is to provide timely access to earn health care and benefits for millions of veterans that is a responsibility that we do not take lightly the agency said in response to issues with the VA Zinn Ruhlman records representative Jeff Miller a Florida Republican and chairman of the House VA committee said in July this troubling news highlights pas ongoing mismanagement and calls into question VA ability to adequately care for our nation’s veterans no veteran should ever fall through the cracks when attempting to receive the care they have earned Miller said please don’t forget to like and support our channel by press subscribe 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