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Lessons from pandemic fuel infrastructure improvement at VA Office of Information and Technology Paul Brubaker, acting principal deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Information and Technology, discusses how his office responded to the pandemic early on and is addressing infrastructure limitations to improve system effectiveness   US and South Korea […]

Lessons from pandemic fuel infrastructure improvement at VA Office of Information and Technology

Paul Brubaker, acting principal deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Information and Technology, discusses how his office responded to the pandemic early on and is addressing infrastructure limitations to improve system effectiveness

 

US and South Korea updating operational war plans in response to North Korean weapons tests

David Choi, news reporter for Stars and Stripes, discusses talks between the United States and South Korea to update operational plans after new weapons tests from North Korea

 

New White House guidance encourages stronger coordination between agencies and inspectors general

Courtney Bublé, staff correspondent at Government Executive, discusses new guidance from the Biden administration for agencies to improve communication and coordination with inspectors general

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