VA Touts Hard-to-Access E-Benefits Site


The Veterans Affairs Department sent me a press release at about 1 p.m. EST today hailing improvements made to the e-benefits website it operates jointly with the Defense Department, but alas, I had great difficulty connecting for hours from New Mexico.

So did colleagues at Nextgov HQ in the Watergate in Washington.  One colleague managed to connect to the portal using Chrome and Firefox browsers early this afternoon, but not with Internet Explorer, which is more widely used in North America.


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