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Gov-Savings.com Announces Blogger Author

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August 4, 2014 – Gov-Savings. Com, a Washington D.C.-based federal and veterans buying and advocacy organization, has retained a former Navy veteran and published writer John W Mitchell to blog about issues important to federal employees and veterans. Mitchell, a Navy veteran and nationally recognized former hospital CEO, has posted the first blog titled “Four Actions to Fix VA Hospitals.”
Mitchell, who was broadcast-journalist in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS America, has written widely on healthcare and social issues for such clients as The Motley Fool, Global Trade magazine, Dr. Kevin MD, Leading Age magazine and U.S. Healthcare Journal. His recent published articles can be viewed at http://snowpackpr.com/portfolio3
“My goal is to make our site useful every day to federal employees and veterans, which means having something meaningful to say. I want our site to feature great writing worth the time to stop and read,” said Royce Dennis, CEO at gov-Savings.
In 2009, Mitchell and his executive team were named “Top Leadership Team in Healthcare by HealthLeaders media for his work in leading a cultural, quality and financial turnaround at Grays Harbor Community Hospital in Washington. He now writes full time on social, leadership and healthcare issues.
The mission of Gov-Savings – http://govsavingsblog.com/ – is to provide all Government and Department of Defense contractor employees a simple way to find all of the nations relative Government news updates and special offers available to them, in one easily accessible online database. Gov-Savings and the brands associated with Gov-Savings are focused on the mission of becoming an all-inclusive solution to all those whom faithfully serve their country and communities.

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August 18, 2014
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