VetLikeMe, June 28, 2015


supremeCourt to rule on veterans’ rights in business


from SCOTUSblog by Lyle Denniston The Supreme Court on Monday stepped into the years-long controversy over whether federal agencies are doing enough to assure that government contracts go to businesses run by military veterans, especially those who were wounded during their service.  The Justices accepted a case from a Maryland small business […]
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Special to VetLikeMe By Larry Chambers   Hi Hardy I thought your site was the perfect place to talk about what I am doing to help Cambodia and why it is so important. I see a way to reconnect USA to Cambodia by looking back when (we) the US military supported Cambodia’s Lon government and […]
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Short Takes on VA Activity

Senate approves new Veterans Affairs health care chief By MATTHEW DALY Associated Press WASHINGTON The Department of Veterans Affairs has a new leader of its troubled health care arm. Dr. David Shulkin, president of the Morristown Medical Center in New Jersey, won approval as the VA’s undersecretary for health by a voice vote Tuesday in […]
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Reviewing the Saga of Kingdomware Technologies, Inc. vs. United States

Hoping High Court Puts ‘Veterans First’ In Kingdomware   This article was originally published by on June 23, 2015.   Law360, New York (June 23, 2015, 1:14 PM ET)  Is the Department of Veterans Affairs required to prioritize service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (“SDVOSBs”) when it buys supplies and services?  That, essentially, will be the […]
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