Veterans Affairs secretary vows not to privatize agency

WASHINGTON (AP) – Former Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin is. "I am struck by a recurring thought: It should not be this hard to serve your country." Shulkin said he was undone by advocates.

MINNEAPOLIS | The new secretary of veterans affairs pledged to the American Legion on Wednesday that he won’t privatize his agency’s health-care services even as it increases options for veterans

The Senate on Wednesday gave overwhelming approval to a massive bill that expands access for veterans to private. Affairs Committee’s top Democrat, said this week. Trump to nominate acting Veterans.

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The secretary of veterans affairs oversees the following agencies: the National.. but the Department of Veterans Affairs will not be privatized under my watch.

Veterans affairs secretary vows not to privatize agency By STEVE KARNOWSKI August 29, 2018 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The new secretary of veterans affairs pledged to the American Legion on Wednesday that he won’t privatize his agency’s health care services even as it increases options for veterans to seek care in the private sector.

The new secretary of veterans affairs pledged to the American Legion on Wednesday that he won’t privatize his agency’s health care services even as it increases options for veterans to seek care in the private sector. The secretary echoed a remark about privatization that he made earlier in the month to a group of Veterans gathered in Orlando.

The union that represents Veterans Affairs staffers adamantly. During his Senate confirmation hearing, Robert Wilkie, the secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs, said. These restrictions on union time would make it difficult, if not quite. The VA isn't the first federal agency to call for a draconian.