VA Finally Seeking a Replacement for Its Outdated Scheduling System

VA Finally Seeking a Replacement for Its Outdated Scheduling System
The Department of Veterans Affairs is seeking a “cutting-edge” commercial, off-the-shelf scheduling system to replace the clunky legacy module that helped mire the agency in controversy over long wait times faced by veterans seeking care. By the end of …
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15 Finds Out: A need for help on the riverfront
But 15 Finds Out has discovered leaders trying to balance economic development with human development for the down and out in downtown. Downtown development has been welcomed with … Some of it just takes time and all of it takes resources,” Karcher …
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NeighborImpact marks 50 years of community action
Fifty years ago this month, the Economic Opportunity Act was signed into law, giving birth to community action. There are 1,100 such organizations across the country, including 17 in Oregon. NeighborImpact is Central Oregon's community action agency.
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