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Does an old proverb describe the VA?

There is an old saying that, "A fish rots from the head down." It is often used against politicians and governments, but it applies to any organization with "leadership." It implies that when things go wrong, it is not the low-level employees who cause the problem, but the executives in charge.

Moving patients inherently dangerous for nurses' backs

Workers in hospitals face many challenges. They are exposed to a wide variety of potential infections from diseases that range from common to exotic. They often work rotating schedules and overnight hours. And they have to deal with the stress of literally working in life and death situations.

Former GSA official takes plea in fraud case

The repercussions from the General Services Administration 2010 Las Vegas convention scandal continue, with a plea bargain from one former administrator who had been indicted on a fraud charge. The lavish conference, which generated expenses greater than $800,000, led to the resignation of the head of the agency in 2012.

Who's got your back?

Working as a nurse is hard work. And it is ironic, that as primary healthcare providers, some nurses work so hard that they destroy their own health. Many of those nurses are federal employees working in the many Veterans Affairs hospitals around the country.

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