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Inspector General: Poor leadership led to widespread problems at DC VA

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WASHINGTON — A culture of complacency at the Department of Veterans Affairs medical center in Washington D.C. allowed widespread failures to persist for years, putting veterans at risk and weakening core functions of the hospital, according to new findings from the VA Inspector General’s Office.

An extensive report released Wednesday by the inspector general details “systemic” and “formidable” problems at the Washington DC VA Medical Center since 2013. https://www.stripes.com/news/inspector-general-poor-leadership-led-to-widespread-problems-at-dc-va-1.515388

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