Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs.

Welcome to the Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs

The Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs (OCLA) is the focal point for Department management and coordination of all matters involving Congress. Assistance to Members of Congress and their staff is available through offices located at the Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office and on Capitol Hill.

As we enter into a new Congress, we want to share information with our Congressional partners on areas of interest within the Department of Veterans Affairs. We have created a Congressional information packet that can be accessed through the links below. We wish you the best and are grateful for your commitment to our Nation’s Veterans.

Thank you.

116th VA Congressional Information Packet

VA Casework Guide 2019 VA Congressional Fellowship Program OCLA Contact Sheets Outreach Contact Sheet Oversight Contact Sheet State Summary Sheets Youtube – VA Educational Videos VA Central Office Organizational Chart Military Cultural Awareness Online Course (non – VA site)

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Congressional Liaison Service Contact Information:

House Liaison Office Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2026 Phone: (202) 225-2280 Fax: (202) 273-9988

Senate Liaison Office Russell Senate Office Building, Room 189 Phone:(202) 224-5351 Fax: (202) 273-9988


United States House of Representatives United States Senate Congressional Record VA Office of Inspector General


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Last updated: October 25, 2019

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