UPDATE: Criminal probe opened into veterans’ agency mismanagement

The money just keeps pouring out of the Department of Veterans Affairs, and this recent VA OIG investigation report of more IT failures keeps the trend moving. One thing to keep in mind here is.

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Criminal probe opened into veterans’ agency mismanagement May 15, 2019 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Prosecutors have opened an investigation into possible criminal wrongdoing at the Indiana Department of Veterans’ Affairs, months after it was revealed that some of the agency’s employees were awarded grants intended for struggling veterans.

The office of Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry confirmed the investigation Tuesday. Indiana’s inspector general earlier found mismanagement but insufficient evidence for criminal or ethics.

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Update, Jan. 30, 2019: The Trump administration on Wednesday announced changes to the Department of Veterans Affairs’ policies. $2,100 in the past six months. Despite the criminal investigation.

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But a CBS News investigation has found widespread mismanagement of claims, resulting in veterans being denied the benefits they earned, and many even dying before they get an answer from the VA.

This past week’s news from New Jersey was probably no surprise to veterans of Garden State politics. likely just the first criminal charge in the federal probe of the incident. A month earlier, Sen.