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I am not sure how Congressional Oversight committees would respond to what we have to offer. I think that we would have better luck working with the Veteran Services Organizations. We need to convince the VSOs that we have something that will benefit their membership. If we can do that, they should support us.
THE REVEREND STEVEN C. STERRY, M.A., M.B.A
Director Ministry and Education, United States Conference of Chaplains
Assisting Priest at Saint Stephen's Anglican Church, Tustin, CA
(CA-Retired) California State Military Reserve (CSMR)
On Tue, Jul 20, 2021 at 6:24 PM Jim Rau <jimrau@...> wrote:
At tonight’s meeting of the Veterans Chapter there was discussion on “how to reach VA Administration to make our needs know”. There were good ideas tendered but among the missing was that there are Congressional oversight committees in both the House and Senate. These are the folks who can most directly influence VA and how they operate. You can view the member list of these committees on the US Govt. web site. Also remember that your own Senator is a good avenue.