Thursday, May 22, 2014

Treasury Outlays to VA Department Up 92.2% in One Decade

( -- In inflation-adjusted dollars, Treasury Department outlays to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) have increased 92.2% in the last 10 years, according to the Financial Management Service’s latest monthly Treasury statement, climbing from $73.3 billion to $140.9 billion since 2003.
As of the end of fiscal year 2013 (on Sept. 30,2013), outlays to the VA were $140,909,860,000 in inflation-adjusted dollars and included things such as medical services, medical support and compliance, medical facilities, housing accounts, compensation and pensions, and  insurance funds, to name a few.
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As of September 2009, nine months after President Obama took office, outlays to the VA were $105,520,280,000 in inflation-adjusted dollars. This means that since September 2009, Treasury outlays have increased 33.5%.

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