Welcome to the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs public comments page.
The Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs encourages comments from stakeholders and the public when proposing guidance documents and rulemaking projects.
Opportunities for public input on include: open comment periods for guidance documents, statements of scope, economic impact, and public hearings on proposed rules.
Economic Impact Comments
The Department of Veterans Affairs solicits public comments when preparing an economic impact analysis (EIA) for proposed administrative rules. The Department is interested in obtaining information and advice from businesses, associations, local governmental units, and individuals that may be affected by the proposed administrative rules. The comments are considered when the Department prepares an EIA under Wis. Stat. § 227.137.
The Department of Veteran Affairs is soliciting public comments relating to economic impact for the following rule:
The deadline to submit comments is January 20, 2021.
Public Hearing Comments
Public hearing comments on proposed administrative rules may be given orally at a public hearing or submitted through any of the following methods:
Email comments to:
Mail comments to: Department of Veterans Affairs, PO Box 7843, Madison, WI 53707-7843
Submit comments through the Wisconsin Legislative website by clicking on the links below:
There are no rulemaking projects open for Public Comments at this time.
Guidance Document Comments
A list of the CVSO/TVSO Bulletins (guidance documents) may be viewed HERE
Public comments on the bulletins may be submitted through any of the following methods:
- Submit comments through the online form by clicking HERE.
- Email comments to: DVAAdminRules@DVA.wisconsin.gov
- Mail comments to: Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Legal Counsel, PO Box 7843, Madison, WI 53707-7843
Pending Administrative Rule Projects
Current Rule Text: VA 11 (New Chapter)
Relating to: Veterans Outreach and Recovery Program
Note: Commenting, notification services, and rule documents are also available through the
State Legislature's administrative rule website.