The Department of Veterans Affairs could achieve substantial savings by developing guidance and controls to reduce the volume of annual Post-9/11 GI Bill overpayments—which amounted to over $400 million in fiscal year 2014—and to improve the collection of overpayment debts, of which $262 million was still outstanding as of November 2014.
Better coordination among 45 programs in nine federal agencies that support employment for people with disabilities could help mitigate program fragmentation and overlap, and reduce the potential for duplication or other inefficiencies.
Matter of: RELYANT Global, LLC
Date: April 9, 2021
James Price, Esq., Lacy, Price & Wagner, P.C., for the protester.
Tristan Brown, Esq., Shannon McCurdy, Esq., Brynn Morgan, Esq., and Rebecca Elliott, Esq., Department of the Army, for the agency.
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Matter of: VxL Enterprises, LLC
Date: March 8, 2021
Edward J. Tolchin, Esq., Offit Kurman, P.A.