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  • Proposed Removal Charges:  Theft of Government Property
    Proposed Removal Charges: Theft of Government Property

    Theft of Government Property Is it worth losing my job, paying heavy fines and/or going to jail? These are all questions a federal employee should consider before they take government property, ...

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  • Did your Federal Agency's Reduction in Force Result in a Demotion?
    Did your Federal Agency's Reduction in Force Result in a Demotion?

    When can I Challenge a Reduction in Force? In general, reduction in force actions are not appealable to the Merit Systems Protection Board. However, if the reduction in force results in the demotion ...

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  • MSPB Administrative Judge Commits Harmful Error
    MSPB Administrative Judge Commits Harmful Error

    MSPB Appellant challenges Administrative Judge's Decision Due Process is a fundamental tenet of the legal process and a constitutional right. So what happens when a violation of this right costs a ...

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  • Recent MSPB Decision may cost USPS millions
    Recent MSPB Decision may cost USPS millions

    In a precedent setting decision, the Merit Systems Protection Board gave new hope to federal employees who were wrongfully terminated because they required a modified duty assignment to accommodate a ...

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  • Federal Employee Holds the Department of the Army Responsible for Whistleblower Retaliation
    Federal Employee Holds the Department of the Army Responsible for Whistleblower Retaliation

    In Ingram v. Dept. of the Army, 2011 MSPB 71 , the MSPB validated allegations of Whistleblowing Retaliation made by Ingram, an employee of the Department of Defense. The decision held that stripping ...

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