Court Cases

Air Force Ethics Problems Highlighted In Bid Protest Decision

By on March 1, 2005 in Court Cases with 0 Comments

Lockheed Martin filed a protest against a decision to award Boeing a large government contract. A government official was found to have manipulated the procurement decisions that gave Boeing an unfair edge in the process.

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Doing a Favor for a Friend May Get This Fed Fired

By on November 15, 2004 in Court Cases with 0 Comments

The Office of Special Counsel is seeking removal of an employee of the Dept. of Interior for seeking to evade veterans preference requirements in order to hire a friend.

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Litigating a New Employee’s Probationary Period

By on September 8, 2004 in Court Cases with 0 Comments

When does a probationary period begin for a federal employee if an employee is re-hired for the same job?

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Federal Employee Gets $300,000 Settlement in Lawsuit

By on August 1, 2004 in Court Cases with 0 Comments

A federal employee prevailed in his EEO complaint against DHS winning over $300,000 in a jury verdict.

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Employee's Appeal of Contracting Decision Dismissed

By on February 11, 2004 in Court Cases with 0 Comments

GAO has dismissed an appeal of a federal employee on contracting out of work but notes that the issue is on procedural grounds and not a substantive ruling on the standing of a federal employee to file such an appeal.

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No Blood, No Foul, No Unfair Labor Practice

By on August 15, 2002 in Court Cases, Human Resources with 0 Comments

Political battle arises over the creation of the Department of Homeland Security but this recent decision from the FLRA may give the Administration ammunition in its argument that the current program isn’t efficient or effective.

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