A Missouri man pleaded guilty to taking VA disability benefits despite being able to do heavy weightlifting exercises.
A former federal employee at the VA is headed to prison for what he was caught doing while using the agency’s public wifi network.
A former federal employee from the Bureau of Prisons pled guilty to hundreds of thousands of dollars in OWCP fraud.
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.
A federal employee with the Department of Labor has pleaded guilty to obtaining nearly $200,000 through multiple fraud schemes.
Federal employees challenging the COVID mandate went to different courts to challenge the constitutionality of the mandate. The courts have reached different decisions in two different cases.
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.