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In The News


2019

The VAAA’s Acquisition Internship School: Developing the Future of Federal Contracting - The true test of training is its impact upon an organization - often referred to as "return on investment" (ROI). For VA, one of the key indicators of ROI from the VA Acquisition Academy Acquisition Internship School (AIS) is whether stakeholders want to participate and partner in the programs the AIS offers. [from NCMA's Contract Management Magazine] (01/09/2019)

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2018

VA Acquisition Academy Expands the Warriors to Workforce Program - Internship Program Hires and Trains Returning Veterans for Federal Career in Contracting [from VAntage Point] (12/17/2018)

The 2018 Learning! 100 - Striving for Innovation, Culture, Performance and Collaboration - The VA Acquisition Academy receives acknowledgement as a top 10 in this years 100 honorees. [from Elearning!] (10/19/2018)

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