Elderly man pleads guilty to defrauding the VA of $220,000 in benefits.
VA nurse indicted on drug diversion charges.
A man who submitted claims to VA for services not rendered was charged with health care fraud.
Man convicted of theft of government property related to a VA disability benefits fraud scheme faces up to 10 years in prison.
The OIG’s report identifies self-reported gaps in clinical and nonclinical occupations at VA medical centers. The report also identifies challenges to meeting staffing goals and recommends development of a new staffing model that identifies and prioritizes staffing needs at the national level while supporting flexibility at the facility.
Man pleads guilty to submitting false invoices to the VA totaling more than $644,000.
A business owner pleads guilty in a bribery scheme to defraud the VA of more than $13 million from the operation of parking garages at the VA’s Los Angeles campus.
VA health care providers indicted on conspiracy and bribery charges for accepting money, trips, meals, and other gratuities to promote the use of a company’s medical products.
Man convicted of stealing VA disability compensation benefits from a disabled veteran. While acting as the veteran’s fiduciary he misappropriated VA funds intended for the benefit of the veteran for his own personal use.
The owner of a welding school was sentenced to prison for his part in a scheme to defraud the VA of education benefits.
A man pleads guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud regarding VA veteran owned small business set aside contracts.
Doctor agrees to payment to settle potential liability under the civil False Claims Act from billing VA for surgical services not actually provided and other inconsistencies.
Former VA nurse sentenced to prison for theft of medications and tampering with medications.
A man was sentenced to federal prison for theft of government funds in a fraud scheme to collect VA disability benefits for false service connected injury claims.
The financial manager of a privately owned, non-accredited school specializing in information technology courses, plead guilty to a VA benefits fraud scheme that targeted disabled veterans.
The owner of a privately owned, non-accredited school specializing in information technology courses, plead guilty to a VA benefits fraud scheme that targeted disabled veterans.
Three people charged in a fraud and money-laundering scheme that targeted VA service disabled veteran owned small business and other set aside contracts.
Veteran sentenced to prison for theft of funds from VA. The veteran received benefits after falsely claiming that he suffered from combat related injuries.
The VA OIG joins our federal and state law enforcement partners on a new unit to investigate corrupt public officials, the misuse of public funds, campaign and election law violations, and suspected criminal activity.
Final report details findings of the OIG's inspection at the DC VA Medical Center following allegations that patients and assets were at risk.