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In The News


2017

The 2017 Learning! 100 - The VA Acquisition Academy receives acknowledgement as a top 10 in this years 100 honorees. [from Elearning!] (09/06/2017)

Veterans Are Our True North - Executive Interview with Ruby Harvey, Chancellor, VA Acquisition Academy [Extracted from the April 2017 Contract Management Magazine] (04/26/2017)

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2016

2016 Learning! 100 Award Winner - Collaboration, innovation and high performance are the mark of this year’s winning organizations. [Article from August/September Issue of Elearning! Magazine] (08/29/2016)

Innovation is a Contract Sport - Ways that agencies can achieve innovative outcomes through acquisitions. [Publication from the Partnership for Public Service] (08/29/2016)

Warriors to Workforce Program Trains Veterans - The program offers new optimism and confidence to returning wounded warriors and provides a great source of talent for the federal workforce. It’s mutually beneficial and rewarding. [Article from August/September Issue of Learning! Magazine] (08/29/2016)

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