It's part of Rep. Jeff Miller's job to oversee the institution he says is failing America's former servicemen and women. As chairman of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs, Miller said he is fed up with how the Department of Veterans Affairs runs its health-care system.
"Unfortunately we are seeing new incidents every single week," the Florida congressman told CNBC. "The VA will tell you these are not systemic problems, but we are finding them across the country."
The department is plagued with issues that only seem to be getting worse—with little or no consequences for those in charge, Miller said, adding that it operates without much regard for the chairman or his oversight committee.
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"We have been very good about increasing their budget over the last decade, and I think it has made them less careful with the very dollars that we allocate to them via the parties, the videos, the bonuses," he said. "In fact, you can probably look at most every executive within the Veterans Health Administration, and they got a bonus."