GAO: Some agencies with decades-old IT systems still have no plans for upgrades
Three agencies still don't have plans to update critical legacy systems, even though they self-reported security risks to be high in several cases.
Lawmakers to Weichert: Are we sure OPM reorganization will fix agency IT problems?
Members of the House Oversight and Reform Committee want more information from acting director Margaret Weichert and the White House in general.
Forever GI Bill implementation failed because no one was in charge, says IG
The agency's inspector general has concluded that it was a lack of leadership that ultimately sunk the software development effort.
Trump signs bill creating group to oversee VA’s GI Bill software efforts
A "tiger team" will draft a plan for fixing the issue and provide updates on the implementation of that plan to Congress.
Sen. Mike Enzi has some additional questions about VA’s IT strategy
The chairman of the Senate Budget Committee is still following up on IT "issues" that left the agency struggling to deliver some GI Bill benefits promised to student veterans.
VA to ‘reset’ efforts around new GI Bill housing stipend software
The new estimated date of deployment for the long-awaited system is Dec. 1, 2019. The problems began with a change in the way the VA assigned benefits to a person's ZIP code.