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  • Two MSPB Appeal Cases Are Overruled
    Two MSPB Appeal Cases Are Overruled

    Two cases that were brought before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit were recently overruled. The cases involved United States Postal Service employees who were challenging ...

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  • Can MSPB Award Punitive Damages?
    Can MSPB Award Punitive Damages?

    The Merit Systems Protection Board ( MSPB ) is tasked with reviewing appeals filed for discrimination, whistleblowing retaliation , and various forms of Prohibited Personnel Practice within federal ...

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  • How Do I File an MSPB Appeal?
    How Do I File an MSPB Appeal?

    To file an MSPB appeal, you’ll need to visit the e-appeal online website and use the interactive application. The website provides information regarding how to properly complete your application and ...

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  • How to File an OSC Complaint
    How to File an OSC Complaint

    The Office of Special Counsel (OSC) handles complaints made by federal employees against federal agencies or supervisors regarding prohibited personal practices and violations of the Hatch Act. These ...

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  • MSPB Chairman Believes More Gov't Training Needed to Uphold MSPs
    MSPB Chairman Believes More Gov't Training Needed to Uphold MSPs

    The United States Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) is tasked with ensuring federal employments, government agents, and civil servants both understand and adhere to their duties, responsibilities, ...

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  • Nepotism: Favoring Friends & Family in Federal Workforces
    Nepotism: Favoring Friends & Family in Federal Workforces

    The federal government has an intrinsic interest in how well it operates and performs necessary functions for the people. As part of its self-regulation, it has prohibited any government agent or ...

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