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August 2014 Archives

MSPB stays USDA whistleblower's termination

Whistleblowing is always a risky activity for any federal worker. Most employees of the federal government value their jobs, and many are motivated by a strong sense of public service, recognizing that what they do matters, protecting the safety of the public in dozens of roles.

MSBP board members role eliminated in new VA law

Legal actions often proceed slowly. This is generally not due to judges having a poor work ethic. Courts and other legal proceedings are often slow for exactly the opposite reason; because the judges and their staff are so busy. Court dockets are often booked months in advance, meaning when new cases arise, they are sent to the back of the line, and that line may be rather long.

Fixing the VA by damaging employee due process rights

The new Veterans Affairs law passed by Congress and signed into law by the President has been praised as giving the new VA secretary the tools he will need to improve the agencies performance and allow it to recover from the healthcare scheduling scandal. It has also created a new precedent that must give all federal employees cause for concern.

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