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Veterans Administration Sexual Harassment

Veterans Administration Sexual Harassment

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GAO
United Stat.es General Accounting Office
Report to Congressional Requesters
June 1993
FEDERALEMPLOYMENTInquiry Into SexualHarassment Issues atSelected VA MedicalCenters
GAO/GGD-93-119
 
GAO
United StatesGeneral Accounting OfficeWashington, D.C. 20648General Government Division
B-253883June 30,1993The Honorable Barbara MikulskiChair, Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs,Housing and Urban Development,and Independent AgenciesCommittee on AppropriationsUnited States SenateThe Honorable John D. RockefellerChairman, Committee on Veterans AffairsUnited States SenateOn March 5,1993, you asked us to determine the nature and extent ofsexual harassment in the Department of Veterans Affairs
(VA)
medicalcenters. Your request followed a highly publicized
VA
Inspector Generalreport of serious sexual harassment offenses at the Atlanta MedicalCenter. Among other things, you asked us to provide information onsexual harassment at
VA
in time for it to be considered during theDepartment of Veterans Affairs’ Senate appropriations hearing, scheduledfor May 27,1993.We briefed staff from the Senate Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs,Housing and Urban Development, and Independent Agencies, and senior
VA
officials on the results of our visits on May 25,1993, and provided abrief summary of our observations for use at
VA’S
appropriations hearing.This report provides additional details on our observations and analysis.
Scope andMethodology
closed complaints of sexual harassment at
VA
that we reported in aMarch 1993 testimony on
VA
sexual harassment,1 (2) obtain informationfrom
VA
about the number of formal complaints of sexual harassmentcurrently being processed, (3) visit as many
VA
medical centers as feasibleand assess whether sexual harassment appeared to be prevalent at thosecenters, and (4) review the
VA
medical centers’ handling of sexualharassment complaints.
‘Federal Employment: Sexual Harassment at the Department of Veterans Affairs (GAOfl-GGD-93-12,Mar. 30, 1993).
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