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Ebenefits isn't very accurate most of the time, but the best days for update is Mon and Fri Mornings. We all go crazy during the wait process that is for sure. I will say that in my case I have comple

Its linked into VBMS for updates based on the what step of development they are in. But there are way more reasons in VBMS for updates than shown in Ebenefits. One of the issues with it is that you'

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Ebenefits isn't very accurate most of the time, but the best days for update is Mon and Fri Mornings. We all go crazy during the wait process that is for sure. I will say that in my case I have completed 4 FDCs with over 30 conditions in less than 2 years. Good luck

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Its linked into VBMS for updates based on the what step of development they are in. But there are way more reasons in VBMS for updates than shown in Ebenefits. One of the issues with it is that you've probably seen where if goes prep for decision then suddenly it goes back to gathering evidence and such. The reason this happens is because there are pre set dates for certain types of development and when that date expires and there is no other active tracking items. They system automatically sets it prep for decision. Easier to call or make an appt with your VSO and look in VBMS yourself for updates.

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