Anatomy of a blunder: How Veterans Affairs quietly buried a $165M accounting error

In 2010, Veterans Affairs corrected an accounting error that shortchanged the disability pensions of roughly 272,000 veterans by about $165 million. But it didn't notify the people affected, or attempt to reimburse them.

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