Two recent court cases offer an important precedent for protecting due process rights of federal employees.
A federal employee at the VA has pleaded guilty to using his government credit card to purchase and then steal nearly $2 million worth of CPAP supplies.
A federal employee at SSA has been indicted for defrauding the government of over $288,000 in a COVID fraud scheme.
An IRS employee ran afoul of the prohibition against unauthorized release of taxpayer info when she put together her defense to a proposed disciplinary suspension.
An ICE Officer, removed for misuse of his position and agency resources stemming from a personal traffic encounter, tried to win his job back in the appeals court.
A former federal employee from a New Jersey VA Medical Center has been indicted for theft of approximately $10 million worth of HIV medications.
A Court of Appeals has upheld a decision by the FLRA in a long-simmering dispute involving AFGE and the Bureau of Prisons.
An employee serving in a sensitive position subject to a background investigation ran into problems when adverse information was surfaced and sent to the agency.
A Senior Immigration Officer, fired by DHS for misuse of her agency position and lack of candor, appealed with the federal court. See how this worked out for her.
A recent appeals court decision has favorable implications for federal employee whistleblowers.