Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Senators say 17,000 community care providers also impacted in VA breach
The VA breach announced Monday impacted more people than initially disclosed. An additional 17,000 community care providers had their data compromised.
VA wants to reprogram CARES Act funds for GI Bill system modernization
The VA says it needs to reprogram COVID-19 funding to account for needed upgrades to education benefits claims systems as more institutions take courses online.
Personal information of 46,000 veterans was compromised in breach
The VA said Monday that 46,000 veterans had their personal data exposed in a breach targeting financial information. The incident is being investigated.
DIU, Google bring AI to cancer detection
Google has joined up with the DOD to use AI to better detect cancer in service members and veterans.
VA open to alternatives to Palantir for coronavirus tracking
VA and HHS quickly awarded multimillion-dollar contracts to the Silicon Valley company for its data services at the pandemic's outset citing urgency.
VA launches new scheduling software at Ohio medical facility
The new scheduling software will replace a legacy system that forced providers to manually set appointments and was linked to major delays in care.