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A resolution also has been introduced seeking a House vote calling for Shinseki's resignation.
"We really have come to a point where we need to have more than just good intentions," said Sen.
"This kind of reported misconduct at the VA is unforgivable. It is unacceptable. And, it is just plain wrong," added Sen.
A VA spokesman said the department is "committed" to working with the committee, noting that it had provided more than 3,000 pages of documents.
The VA did not send anyone to Thursday's House Veterans Committee's 9 a.m. meeting because it only received the request at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
VA officials summoned to appear before the committee are Joan Mooney, assistant secretary for congressional and legislative affairs; Dr. Thomas Lynch, assistant deputy undersecretary for health for clinical operations and management; and Michael Huff, congressional relations officer.