Criminal probe opened into veterans’ agency mismanagement

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A criminal investigation has been opened into mismanagement at the Indiana Department of Veterans' Affairs.

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Criminal probe opened into veterans’ agency mismanagement May 15, 2019 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Prosecutors have opened an investigation into possible criminal wrongdoing at the Indiana Department of Veterans’ Affairs, months after it was revealed that some of the agency’s employees were awarded grants intended for struggling veterans.

While the Department of Veterans Affairs has historically been free from politics, a scandal in the summer of 2014 at a VA hospital in Phoenix propelled the agency into the spotlight. passed.