The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is committed to transformation, with the aim of becoming an increasingly Veteran-centric, results-oriented, and forward-looking organization. In line with this commitment, Secretary Shinseki called for the formation of a Womens Veterans Task Force (WVTF) in July 2011, to be charged with developing a comprehensive VA action plan for resolving gaps in how our organization serves women Veterans. As an interim deliverable, the WVTF developed this draft strategy report to solicit stakeholder feedback on its initial findings and recommendations. Based on public comments to this draft, the WVTF will finalize its recommendations and develop a detailed action plan for implementation.
The urgency of this effort is acute, given the rapid growth of the women Veteran population.
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Title: Strategies for Serving Our Women Veterans
Publication date 2012-05-01
Publication Year 2012
U. S. Department of Veteran Affairs, Women Veterans Task Force
North America / United States
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