Report: VA Employees Switched From Processing Applications From Veterans To Obamacare Applications


A Veterans Affairs whistleblower named Scott Davis says that VA employees were taken off their jobs to process Obamacare applications last year.

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As a result, applications for more than 10,000 veterans may have been “improperly purged from the Health Eligibility Center’s national data system.”

A Veterans Affairs whistleblower from Atlanta will testify before Congress next Tuesday about widespread destruction of applications, retaliation against whistleblowers, and people being shifted from processing VA applications last summer to working on Obamacare enrollment.

He began filing complaints in January 2014, revealing that managers were focused more on meeting goals linked to the Affordable Care Act to meet their bonus targets than processing VA applications.

The worst part? Davis says the veterans’ applications were purged as a way to deal with pressure from Washington over the Affordable Care Act–and the ACA rollout was a disaster, too. There’s that government efficiency we’ve all come to know and love!

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