Susan Tsui Grundmann

executive director of the Office of Congressional Workplace Rights

Office that oversees congressional employee rights having a busier new year than normal

For how they’re faring, Federal Drive with Tom Temin checked in with the Executive Director of the Office of Congressional Workplace Rights, Susan Tsui…

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Susan Tsui Grundmann: Office of Compliance keeps eye out for civil rights violations

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MSPB down to one member, while President Obama taps inspectors general for major agencies

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Congress offers no timeline on OSC, MSPB reauthorization

The Office of Special Counsel, Merit Systems Protection Board and Office of Government Ethics haven’t received authorization from Congress since 2007….

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MSPB chair: VA bill endangers feds’ civil rights

MSPB Chair Susan Tsui Grundmann took aim at a recent law and the legislation it’s spawned. The year-old Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act…

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Emily Kopp

Emily Kopp: MSPB chair says VA bill may violate federal workers civil rights

The house has passed a bill that makes it easier and quicker to fire Veterans Affairs employees. Some see Congress’ latest drive to hold government accountable as noble. Others see it as an impending civil rights violation. Susan Tsui Grundmann is chairman of the Merit Systems Protection Board. As Federal News Radio’s Emily Kopp report, she falls into the latter category.

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