At VA, delivering a consistently positive experience for both our Veterans and our employees is a priority. That’s why we’re implementing initiatives to update our technological capabilities and shift workplace culture across the agency. According to Melissa Sue Glynn, the presidential nominee to lead VA’s Office of Enterprise Integration (OEI), modernizing systems and processes will “change how the department operates to foster agility and ensure appropriated resources deliver to our Veterans.”
Our efforts include plans to update VA’s IT infrastructure and shift to a commercial health records system, an ambitious undertaking likely to take several years. We’re also taking strides to mature organizational management capabilities, ensuring that VA leadership can make informed decisions and utilize resources most efficiently. And with the recent release of information on adverse employee actions since January 20, 2017, VA is proving its commitment to increased transparency, accountability and department culture reform.
VA is evolving day-by-day—and it’s all happening with the health and wellness of Veterans in mind. Now, you could be part of a team innovating new ways to provide Veterans the care and services they need, when they need it. If you have a passion for giving back to our nation’s heroes, explore our open positions and pursue one today.