Sloan Gibson

  • June 6, 2014   BY Matthew Daly, Associated Press 

    WASHINGTON — An investigative agency is looking into allegations that Veterans Affairs supervisors retaliated against 37 employees who filed whistleblower complaints, including some who complained about improper scheduling practices at the heart of a growing VA scandal.

    The independent Office of Special Counsel says it has blocked disciplinary actions against three VA employees who reported wrongdoing. One of them had been suspended after complaining to the VA’s inspector general about improper scheduling. Continue reading