The loss of his security clearance led to an indefinite suspension of an Air Force engineer. After losing an appeal to MSPB, he tried his hand at federal appeals court.
Who would have thought that a fight over food in the office refrigerator could lead to an employee’s removal. That’s what happened with an Army Security Guard.
When an Air Force official testified at arbitration that he had consulted two family members about the fired employee’s defense, he threw a wrinkle into the agency’s case.
A Treasury Department employee who accessed agency personnel data to try to find support for a claim against the agency found himself in trouble.
A Defense Department employee who refused to go into the office and refused to telework was removed for Absence Without Leave (AWOL).
When a public safety officer collapsed and died during training at the Border Patrol Academy, the Justice Department denied death benefits to his widow.
Submitting claims for unauthorized travel expenses while on extended TDY led to removal of a Supervisory Border Patrol Agent.
A VA housekeeping supervisor was removed for comments he made in a team meeting with his employees about issues involving COVID.
An appeals court has issued a key decision impacting reimbursements for veterans’ hospital visits.