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Read: Here are the 35 conclusions a government watchdog is about to drop on the Philadelphia VA office

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The Department of Veterans Affairs' Office of Inspector General is preparing to issue a damning report that says the VA's Philadelphia office needs to make radical improvements in almost every way it serves veterans — from the most basic level of how it opens and stores veterans claims it receives in the mail, to a full investigation of whether VA staff purposefully ignored these claims.

The OIG has been working on its Philadelphia report for months, and while the detailed report is expected in the coming days or weeks, TheBlaze obtained a copy of the draft set of 35 recommendations it will make for the troubled office (see below for all 35 recommendations).

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