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Veterans Affairs Acquisition Academy (VAAA)

In The News


2015

Warriors to Workforce Program receives a 2015 Bright Ideas Award - Interview with David Sella, Program Manager, Warriors to Workforce and Federal News Radio 1500 AM (03/13/2015)
2015 American Council for Technology - Industry Advisory Council Acquisition Excellence Conference - Interview with Paul Gregory, Vice Chancellor, Program Management School and Federal News Radio 1500 AM (03/03/2015)
VA and NASA Win Multiple Innovation Awards - The Veterans Affairs Department earned three and NASA garnered two of the prestigious “Bright Ideas” for innovation awards announced on Wednesday by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. [From GovExec.com] (02/19/2015)

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2014

Warriors to Workforce Program Graduates First Intern Class - W2W Interns are asked to create a team stand that symbolizes who they are and what they represent as a team. This is the inaugural W2W team’s stand. [Article from the VAntage Point Blog] (11/19/2014)

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