Less senior federal employees also benefit with the Merit Systems Protection Board back in business

After two years of total vacancy, the Merit Systems Protection Board now has two of its three members, enough to make decisions that stick. The board is where feds who feel they were wrongly sanctioned can appeal decisions of administrative judges. Here with one view of the practical effect of the board’s re-establishment, federal employment attorney Stephanie Rapp-Tully, a partner at Tully-Rinckey.