H.R.169 - To require the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to include on the main page of the Internet website of the Department of Veterans Affairs a hyperlink to the VetSuccess Internet website and to publicize such Internet website.

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  • Official: To require the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to include on the main page of the Internet website of the Department of Veterans Affairs a hyperlink to the VetSuccess Internet website and to publicize such Internet website. as introduced.

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Official Summary

Directs the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to include on the main page of the website of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) a hyperlink with a drop-down menu titled \"Veterans Employment\" that includes a direct hyperlink to the VetSuccess website, USA Jobs website, Job Central website,

Official Summary

Directs the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to include on the main page of the website of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) a hyperlink with a drop-down menu titled \"Veterans Employment\" that includes a direct hyperlink to the VetSuccess website, USA Jobs website, Job Central website, and any other appropriate employment websites, especially those that focus on jobs for veterans. Requires the purchase of advertising in national media outlets to promote awareness of the VetSuccess website to veterans. Provides for outreach to veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom to inform them of the VetSuccess website.

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  • Veterans of Foreign Wars

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