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Who regulates the VA administration?

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The Office of Regulation Policy and Management is responsible for regulating the VA. This office is a part of the Veterans Administration, but is also responsible for all rulemaking within the VA. The United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs is responsible for administering the agency.

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The VA is given Cabinet-level status within the United States government. Its primary goal is to provide support to veterans after their time in military service. This includes benefits such as insurance and support systems for re-entering civilian life.

The VA hospital system also a part of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs and is under the specific direction of the Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Health.

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