Everything You Need to Know About the $12.1 Billion Increase in the Department of Veterans Affairs' Budget for 2019

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Ahead of VA Healthcare 2019, taking place this May 13th – 15th in National Harbor, Maryland, we created a breakdown of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ total budget for 2019, which is a $12.1 billion increase from FY18. The 2019 budget includes significant reforms, internal offsets, and improved efficiencies to provide veterans with the care they deserve and improve the management of resources. The budget will fully enable VA to operate the largest integrated health care system in the country, delivering health care to over 9.3 million enrolled veterans.

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