In 2016, the Department of Veterans Affairs hired an assistant secretary of the Department for Economic and Rural Development who said in a blog post that he would be hiring 4-Dogs for $50,000 a year to train in the area of agriculture and other farm occupations.
The post was part of an effort to bolster recruitment for those seeking to fill vacancies in the field.
But the USDA, which oversees the government’s agricultural programs, has said that no hiring has been made to help fill the positions.
It’s unclear what the department would do if the assistant secretary was fired.
The 4-Dog program was created by the USDA’s Office of the Assistant Secretary for Agriculture, and is designed to train and mentor four different types of dogs, including a Belgian Malinois, a German Shepherd and a Doberman Pinscher.
The program was supposed to be expanded to include other breeds and other specialties, according to the USDA.
But, in 2016, it was reported that the USDA was not going to increase its training program and instead was moving forward with a hiring freeze.
This led to a number of veterans who had been involved in the program to find themselves jobless and unable to find new jobs.
In response, the agency launched an online recruitment program to help vets find work, but many vets who were interested did not apply.
Veterans who have found work since the hiring freeze have been working to get their application processed.
And, as of Thursday, the department announced it had hired 13 people for a total of 1,200 jobs.
The hiring freeze has been a sticking point in the hiring process.
In the past, the VA has had to hire applicants on a first come, first served basis.
Now, they must have an application in hand before anyone can apply.
However, this has created some challenges for veterans, who have not been able to work for months, or even years, and who are struggling to find a job.
Some vets, like the ones I spoke with, are working through the hiring freezes, and they are working hard to find work.
they are also struggling to apply for jobs.
This is because the VA doesn’t have any data that indicates a large number of vets are applying for jobs and being rejected, according the VA.
And because of the hiring delay, veterans are left with few options to make it through a hiring process without the help of their veterans service organizations.
The VA has said it hopes to eventually open up more jobs in agriculture and will be reaching out to veterans to get information on job opportunities.
“Veterans can be trained to perform tasks ranging from performing household chores, cleaning house, making meals, and taking care of pets,” according to a VA statement.
“VA has also developed a new training program, the Farm Vet program, for new graduates that will allow veterans to work in a wide variety of farm jobs.”
The department did not respond to a request for comment.
For many vets, this is a long-term process that is unlikely to change in the near future.
Some vets, however, are trying to help veterans get back on track and get back into work.
They are organizing petitions to urge the VA to lift the hiring moratorium and hire vets.
The petitions have already been signed by more than 20,000 veterans, according a VA news release.
If you have a veteran you would like to see the government help, visit the VA’s page on the petition.