Veteran’s advocates say the U of A is using a program that is rife with problems, as they raise questions about the government contracting process.
Veterans advocate and former federal judge Andrew Wilkie said the department’s program, which was announced in April, is a waste of taxpayer money.
“It’s a big mistake that this is going on,” Wilkie told CBC News.
He’s concerned the program will have a negative impact on veterans, particularly those who have served.
Veterans who signed up for the program can then pay for services at an approved VA hospital or the VA’s facility in nearby Toronto.
But Wilkie has said the government has failed to deliver on promises to veterans and has also not addressed some of the problems raised by critics, including the cost of services.
Veteran advocates have raised concerns about the VA program, including allegations that veterans are being denied medical care, that veterans may not receive adequate care or that the program is a financial drain on the VA.
Wilkie also criticized the VA for allowing private contractors to bid for services that could potentially cost veterans more than the VA itself.
The VA says its contractor program, designed to improve services to veterans, is designed to protect taxpayers from the costs of contracting.
Critics have also accused the VA of using taxpayer money to hire private contractors for specific tasks and then turning around and paying the bills.
The government has said that the contractor program will help the VA to reduce costs by providing better services to vets.
Wilkie told reporters the VA should look at a new way to manage the contractor and its program.
Wilkie said it’s a good idea for veterans to sign up for a program like the VA contractor program.”
It’s time to go back to the good old days.”
Wilkie said it’s a good idea for veterans to sign up for a program like the VA contractor program.
But he said it should be up to the VA and its contracting department to decide if they want to use it or not.
Vets who sign up with the VA contract can be paid directly by the government or by the contractor.
The VA is also considering an increase in veterans’ medical bills, including an increase of up to $1,000 for each visit a veteran has.
Wilkie said veterans are not being given any clear information about what services they can expect or what to expect from the contractor or what it means for the VA hospital where the vets are being treated.
Wilke said it is critical that the VA work to better inform veterans.