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Seeking Veterans to participate in user experience studies


Brian Moon

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On behalf of the Department of Veterans Affairs, we are recruiting Veterans to participate in user experience studies. The VA wants to make it easier for you to explore, apply for, manage, and track your VA benefits. Teams at the VA want to hear your feedback about improvements they are making to VA websites, mobile applications, and other digital tools -- to ensure that these services are usable and relevant for you.

All Veterans are welcome to participate. We are also seeking caretakers, family members, and soon-to-separate service members. All participants receive a thank you gift.

Details of the program and registration are at http://veteranusability.us/

We look forward to helping you participate.

Brian Moon

CTO, Perigean Technologies

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Maybe I'm wrong and out of line, but VETERANS BEWARE! of giving any information or clicking on any links to a private website that claims to be operating "on behalf of" the VA.

The link IS NOT a VA link.  

I want to see proof positive that the VA has authorized this.  Too many lowlife identity thieves.  The penalty for identity theft should be death by blunt force trauma, that would cut down on it, I think.

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Hi Acesup,

We appreciate your concerns. We are contracted by the VA to recruit Veterans; specifically, we support two offices and contracts:

  • Digital Service at VA, Contract Number: 36C10B19C0013
  • Human Factors Engineering, Contract Number: 36C10X18C0061

These contracts and our POCs are listed on the recruiting website. Any Veteran is welcome to contact our VA sponsors directly.

Thanks again,

Brian Moon, CTO, Perigean Technologies

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39 minutes ago, stumpy579 said:

The stumpy579 administration usually takes between 16 and 29 months to complete surveys.

Does the "stumpy579 administration" has a hotline?, so I can ask "Betty" where we are at with the survey.

Nice,

Hamslice

 

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This is what McAfee Security software told me when I tried to go to the site     http://veteranusability.us/

Even after I tried to visit the site anyway... McAfee would not let me.

 

Site Report

Here’s why veteranusability.us/ is dangerous

We regularly scan sites for suspicious and malicious activity — and this one just isn’t safe. You’ll find more details below.

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@Brian Moon it might be more believable if the va.gov web site contained a page which referred to your project. For example, the VA contracted with TriWest Healthcare Alliance and we can go to the VA web site and see this news and referral inks. Currently, if you search va.gov for "Perigean" or "veteranusability.us", no results are found.

I searched for john.brown14@va.gov just one single document on reginfo.gov which contained your contact information, but it is from 2016: https://www.reginfo.gov/public/do/DownloadDocument?objectID=67182301

Due to the significant risk of identity theft and scams, you may understand our concerns and suspicions.
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