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VA's Annual Reports to Congress

The statute that authorizes the VA affiliated nonprofit research and education corporations (NPCs) requires VA to submit to the House and Senate Committees on Veterans Affairs an annual report regarding the NPCs and their activities (see 38 U.S.C. ยง7366, (d)). Below is a listing of the annual reports submitted from 2010 to present. 

2015 Annual Report to Congress (Based on reports submitted June 2016):

Summary of the 2015 Reports

2014 Annual Report to Congress (Based on reports submitted June 2015):

Summary of the 2014 Reports

Financial Data 2014 (use tabs to view different tables)

2013 Annual Report to Congress (Based on reports submitted June 2014):

Summary of the 2013 Reports

Financial Data 2013 (use tabs to view different tables)

2012 Annual Report to Congress (Based on reports submitted June 2013):

Summary of the 2012 Reports

Financial Data 2012 (use tabs to view different tables)

2011 Annual Report to Congress (Based on reports submitted June 2012):

Summary of the 2011 Reports

Financial Data 2011 (use tabs to view different tables)

2010 Annual Report to Congress (Based on reports submitted June 2011):

Highlights of the 2010 Reports

Summary of the 2010 Reports

Financial Data 2010 (use tabs to view different tables)


For reports prior to 2010, please contact the NAVREF office directly. 

NPC's Annual Reports to VA


Instructions and Format

The VA Nonprofit Program Office (NPPO) is responsible for collecting the NPC annual reports to VA and for compilating of the data for the Annual Report to Congress. To assemble the necessary information, each NPC must submit by June 1 a report containing information specified in the statute and in instructions contained in Handbook 1200.17, 14. Accountability, b. Annual Report to the Secretary.


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