SEC. OF VA
Veterans have been an important part of the White House community ever since its foundation in 2010. When someone has dedicated a long and loyal service to the White House, they can apply for Veteran or Very Important Person (VIP). While membership is proof of a prestigious career, both of these groups provide various benefits as well, such as access to WH Headquarters after retirement and being able to run in an election without the requirement to be employed*.
The Department of Veteran Affairs is committed to managing our respected Veterans and VIPs. In addition to overseeing their conduct in the White House, the department is also responsible for all Veteran and VIP applications. They oversee the process of unemployed Veterans returning to work at the White House as well.
(*) The amount and extent of benefits depend on respective group membership.
The Department of Veteran Affairs is composed of various assistants and headed by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, OllieSafe.
They provide general leadership to the department and manage the Veteran/VIP application process, as well as overseeing the conduct of Veterans and VIPs and taking disciplinary action when deemed necessary. The Secretary has influence over the addition and removal of VIP/Veteran members and has the power to change the requirements for either status by order. The Secretary is appointed by the President.
To be able to apply for Veteran or Very Important Person, you must meet certain requirements. These requirements are set out in the External Affairs Act 2019 and additionally listed below for convenience:
Members of the Very Important Person (VIP) badge are considered exclusive members of the White House. With that, they possess privileges that they can use such as:
In order to become a VIP, you must have held at least a seventh-in-command (7iC) position or above for at least one (1) month.
The Veteran badge is a prestigious group that consists of people who have dedicated a great service and loyalty to the White House. They also hold certain privileges, such as:
In order to become a Veteran, you must meet the following requirements:
You may apply to become a Veteran here. Once you have submitted your application and opened a file, you may begin asking for recommendations. When you ask Veterans to recommend you, direct them to the Veteran Portal on the website. The Secretary of Veterans Affairs will let you know whether all requirements have been met and the application can be forwarded. For the application to be completed, the Board of Trustees must approve of the applicant.
The Department of Veteran Affairs Assistants are responsible for monitoring VIPs and reporting any misconduct to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Current DoVA Assistants are:
SS Assistants Senate Assistants
Judicial Assistants Cabinet Assistants
Consultatory Veterans were implemented by the America Works Act 2016, which allows Veterans to consult and aide employees in a particular branch without officially being employed at the White House. If you are a Veteran and wish to become a Consultatory Veteran, please contact the Branch Leader of the branch you would like to consult and the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
The current Consultatory Veterans are:
Jacobcrs (Judicial) Dreyer (SS)
If you have any questions, concerns or would like to report a Veteran or VIP's misconduct, please contact -- OllieSafe on Habbo or send them a message on the website.