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What does OHA stand for?

OHA stands for Office of Health Affairs

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Accenture is currently developing the program under a $3 million, two-year contract for DHS's office of health affairs, and the company expects to have an initial program ready after about eight months, said John Matchette, managing director of Accenture's public safety portfolio.
Components of DHS (Select agency profiles follow): * Directorate for National Protection and Programs * Directorate for Science & Technology Directorate for Management * Office of Policy * Office of Health Affairs * Office of Intelligence and Analysis * Office of Operations Coordination * Federal Law Enforcement Training Center * Domestic Nuclear Detection Office * Transportation Security Administration (TSA) * US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) * US Citizenship and Immigration Services * US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) * United States Coast Guard * Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) * US Secret Service Transportation Security Administration TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION (TSA) John S.
Under-Covered After the Dayton Daily News published a seven-part series on problems in military medicine last October, officials of the Defense Department Office of Health Affairs appeared before congressional committees and veterans' groups and acknowledged that problems had developed in the 115 hospitals and medical centers and 471 clinics that make up the Military Health Services System.
Components of DHS (Select agency profiles follow): * Directorate for National Protection and Programs * Directorate for Science & Technology * Directorate for Management * Office of Policy * Office of Health Affairs * Office of Intelligence and Analysis * Office of Operations Coordination * Federal Law Enforcement Training Center * Domestic Nuclear Detection Office * Transportation Security Administration (TSA) * US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) * US Citizenship and Immigration Services * US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) * United States Coast Guard * Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) * US Secret Service MISSION The TSA protects the Nation's transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce.
Army Staff Sergeant Dan Nevins, a wounded warrior who lost his left leg in Iraq; * Lieutenant General Charles Green, Surgeon General of the Air Force; * Terry Rauch, Director of Medical Research and Development for the Office of Health Affairs of the Department of Defense; * Colonel Geoffrey Ling, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.