The Office of Information and Technology’s first-ever Women’s Panel inspired hundreds of employees by bringing together leaders from across the organization to discuss the challenges, shared and unique experiences, and successes inherent to being a woman in information technology.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Information and Technology (OIT) actively recruits individuals who excel in delivering technologies and services to improve the Veteran experience. Recently, two technology all-stars joined VA to help OIT achieve its vision to become a world-class IT organization that provides a seamless, unified Veteran experience using state-of-the-art technology.
Dominic Cussatt, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology and Deputy Chief Information Officer, discusses how VA’s Office of Information and Technology maintained critical operations support amidst COVID-19 response.
As telehealth visits surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, IT experts at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) acted quickly to ensure a seamless Veteran and clinician experience, creating solutions in real-time to improve VA’s telehealth capabilities.
This document provides guidance on hosting 3D printing software modeling tools on the VA Enterprise Cloud (VAEC), establishing an internal 3D printing file repository, and creating a 3D print job management system to route print requests.
To ensure Veterans have proper access to care, the North Dakota Veterans Home partnered with the Fargo VA Medical Center to provide telehealth services to Veterans living at the home as well as within the surrounding communities.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently launched its first Health Application Programming Interface (API) that will power the next generation of Blue Button features by enabling Veterans to interact with their own personal health data within innovative mobile and web-based apps.