Our nation's Veterans, their families and survivors deserve the best in benefits and health care. VBA's annual Performance and Accountability Reports outline our performance targets and detail our results by program for the most recent fiscal year.
This annual report card provides Veterans and the American people with information on how well VBA has done in processing claims, the impact of the benefits VBA provides, and the strategy we're following to achieve and maintain excellence. Information is provided on the six VBA benefits programs: Compensation, Pension, Education, Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment, Loan Guaranty, and Insurance.
Published December 16, 2013
The PAR contains Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 performance targets and results achieved against those targets during FY 2013. As such, the PAR is VBA's report card and, in this context, strives to communicate to you, the American people, how well VBA has done, the tangible public benefits VBA has produced, and the forward-looking strategies we are employing to achieve and maintain excellence.
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Published July 17, 2014
The Annual Benefits Reports are a summary of benefits being provided by VA to Veterans and their dependents.
The Fiscal year 2013 Annual benefits report has undergone a significant redesign and reorganization. Each business line has its own section, which is downloadable and printable as a separate PDF document. The introduction and appendix sections now contain business line overviews, the glossary, and all state by state data as an individual PDF. The report is also available as a single PDF document with improved links and PDF bookmarks to aid in navigation.
By default the report is presented as “facing pages,” which allow the comparison of like data between pages; it can also be viewed as a single-page full screen in the View > Page display settings in the PDF software. To save paper, the report can be printed as a double-sided booklet; a short tutorial of this process will be available soon.
Currently, the only section that has been approved for release is the compensation business line. In short order, the rest of the sections and the full booklet will be available.
The Fiscal year 2012 Annual Benefits Report is still available here: VIEW REPORT »(7.22MB)