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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs & State Approving Agencies. RON SCOGGINS Senior Education Liaison Representative St. Petersburg Office Atlanta Regional Processing Office. The Original GI Bill Public Law 78-346. Signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 22, 1944.
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Senior Education Liaison Representative
St. Petersburg Office
Atlanta Regional Processing Office
A PARTNERSHIP OF THE SEVERAL STATES AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF SERVING THOSE WHO HAVE SERVED US.
What are they?
What happens during them?
How do I get rid of this government agent?
A.It’s a method to determine the accuracy of elevation lines on topographical maps.
B.They are the government’s way of checking on the effectiveness of the federal witness protection program.
C.It is VA’s job training program for former KGB agents.
D. VA’s program to insure the integrity of the GI Bill and help schools serve their veteran students.
A.Whenever we receive information from our informants that you are being bad.
B.Whenever we get cabin fever and need to get out of the office.
C.We use a complicated formula which involves the Pythagorean Theorem and something about the numberof coconut palms in Tahiti.
D. Once every three years or more often if needed. Flight schools once each year.
A.We use a dart board with school names on it. If you pay a nice gratuity, your school’s name will go on the edge or even off the board.
B.If you complain about something, we’ll be at your door.
C.Seminoles pick Gators, Yellow Jackets pick Bulldogs, Blue Devils pick Tar Heels, etc.
D. We use a three year schedule. New schools are surveyed once they enroll their first VA students.
A.We have a mole at your school who tells us when you will not be there. That’s when we show up.
B.We show up without notice at the time we figure should be the worst, e.g., registration.
C.We ask you provide a nice baseball field for us. When you build it we will come.
D. We schedule all schools in advance, trying to avoid busy periods where possible. We call you a week or two in advance to make an appointment and follow up with a confirmation letter.
A.We have a computer program which picks your worst cases.
B.If a veteran complains, we’ll pick his file.
C.We use a complicated formula involving the Quadratic Equation and a list of distilleries in Scotland.
D. We randomly select an appropriate number of cases from a listing of the VA students currently receiving benefits at your school.
A.We pretend to review files while we plan our next vacation.
B. We review transcripts and drop slips along with your copies of VA paperwork to insure the propriety of payments.
C. We review your tuition payment ledger to determine that veterans do not pay more than non-veterans.
D. We review our records of tutorial assistance, advertising, work study contracts, & interview work study students.
A.Nothing. We just camp out at your culinary arts program & wait for lunch.
B. We review the same records as at IHL’s with the exception of tutorial assistance.
C. We review attendance records to insure that approved standards of attendance are being enforced.
D.We take our government vehicle to your auto repair program and chop it up for parts.
A.We leave when you’re not looking then send a nasty memo to your President telling on you.
B.Nothing - You wine and dine us and you’ll be fine.
C.We always find something. If we don’t, we make something up & tell you about it in Armenian.
D. We discuss each error with you as we find them. Once the visit is completed we sit down with you to go over our findings. After our return to the office, an official letter detailing our findings is mailed to your school’s chief officer.
A. Until Simon says.
B. Until the third Monday after the first full moon after the Vernal Equinox on the twenty fifth anniversary of the Queen’s Jubilee.
C. Shred all paperwork the day after it’s created to hide the evidence.
D.For three years after each VA student’s last date of attendance.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the records and accounts of educational institutions pertaining to eligible veterans or eligible persons….as well as the records of other students which the Secretary determines necessary to ascertain institutional compliance with the requirements of such chapters, shall be available for examination by duly authorized representatives of the Government.What gives us the authority to review all these records without the permission of each student?