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Appeals court upholds MSPB suspension over unpaid parking fees

You might not expect to get suspended and demoted for unpaid parking fees, but that's what happened to one federal employee. The employee was a GS-13 Protective Service Specialist who had failed to pay roughly $5,000 in parking fees. For his actions, he received a 60-day suspension and a demotion to GS-12 status.

OPM encourages feds to ramp up discipline: 4 things to know

The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) recently released guidance to federal agencies regarding how agencies treat federal employees. Essentially, the guidance encourages federal agencies to take a stricter approach when disciplining federal employees and act to “remove those who fail to preform or to uphold the public’s trust.”

Federal workers sue Postal Service over pay

The National Association of Postal Supervisors (NAPS) has filed a federal lawsuit against the United State Postal Service (USPS). The issue: NAPS claims the USPS has failed to properly administer the pay system for approximately 50,000 managers and supervisors.

Can federal workers sue OPM for data breach?

In 2014, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) was responsible for the breach of the personal information of 21.5 million federal employees. This information was extensive and included finger prints, birth dates, social security numbers and home addresses as well as information about the individual’s mental health and finances.

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