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VA Benefits: Improvements Needed to Ensure Claimants Receive Appropriate Representation
Daniel Bertoni (au)
In 2012, veterans, their spouses, or survivors filed over a million claims for various benefits with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). In order to help these claimants navigate what can be a complex and lengthy process, VA accredits individuals -- called representatives -- to help ensure responsible and qualified representation is available to prepare, present, and prosecute claims on the behalf of veterans. By law, accredited individuals must demonstrate good moral character and program knowledge and VAńˇ╗s Office of General Counsel (OGC) is tasked to ensure they do so by reviewing initial applications and monitoring ongoing requirements, such as training. This report examined (1) the extent to which VAńˇ╗s procedures adequately ensure representatives meet program requirements; and (2) any obstacles that may impede VAńˇ╗s efforts to adequately implement its accreditation process. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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