DVA National Consultation Framework Review and Survey

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The Department of Veterans’ Affairs is asking veterans and their families to provide their views on how the ex-service community is consulted and engaged, and how this can be improved.

DVA’s National Consultation Framework has been in place since 2009 and is reviewed every three years in consultation with the ex-service community.

As part of this review process, DVA is inviting veterans and their families to participate in a survey. This survey focusses on the effectiveness of current mechanisms for consultation between DVA and the ex-serving community, as well as ways to improve them for the future.

Further information on the review, including participating in the survey, is available on the DVA website. The survey will be available until 26 July 2020 with the final report expected to be completed in late 2020.

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