“Changes” at the VA? Wrong Message


In 2008, in the wake of Shreddergate 1, one of the managers at the Cleveland Regional Office was inexplicably “promoted” to VACO.    Of course, the vAOIG “took action” and the ROs immediately stopped shredding evidence AND stopped doing shredder bin inspections.

We are sure they stopped doing shredder bin inspections, but did they stop shredding?

How would we know without follow up shredder bin inspections?

In 2012, at an “embattled director” was “moved” to the Denver Regional Office.

Smells like vA nepotism to me.

Veterans, there are two possible places your evidence could be:

A.   The “old” Shreddergate, Shreddergate 1:

What “fishy smell”?

B.   The “new” shreddergate, Shreddergate 2:

“Now which one of these do you think you put Jim Smith’s evidence in, anyway?”

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3 Responses to “Changes” at the VA? Wrong Message

  1. Robert G says:

    Why doesn’t someone call the local Fire dept or the local Code Enforcement Office and report a potential fire hazard? This much paper will attract mickey rat and all his cousins who are not veterans. Invoke the whistle blower protection act. Think long think wrong….

  2. asknod says:

    JOE- vA reminds me of the guy in charge of the bilge pump on the Titanic-“Uh, we’ve got a handle on it, guys. Assuming the best, we can hold out here all night.”

  3. Randy says:

    Sounds like the old addage, “they couldn’t find their ass with both hands and a butt map”. Makes me want to crawl in a hole and pull the lid on behind me. It is ridulous to think you are going to get your day in the sun anytime soon. The backlog is actually quite a massive smokescreen to be sure.

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