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The National Archivist of the United States announced that due to congressional oversight from Congresswoman Boebert and others, National Personnel Records Center employees have finally quit teleworking and are back in the office, allowing veterans to receive their documents in a timely manner.

Congresswoman Lauren Boebert stated, “It is inexcusable that some of our veterans were unable to get medical treatment for more than a year and a half because Biden’s bureaucrats were sitting at home on the couch while the rest of America was working. It should shock no one that now that these public servants are back in the office, actual work is being done, the backlog is being significantly reduced, and our nation’s heroes are now getting the official records they need for benefits from a government agency in a timelier manner. While this is welcome news, it shouldn’t have taken multiple oversight efforts by Members of Congress to get federal employees back to work and to do their jobs. America’s veterans deserve better!”


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