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In the first case argued before Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, Justices appeared to disagree about how to handle “mixed cases,” alleging both adverse employment actions against federal civil service employees and prohibited discrimination, where the Merit Systems Protection Board concludes it lacks jurisdiction because the employee was not subject to an appealable action.
At NextGen 2016, Young Government Leaders (YGL) introduced a Declaration representing its views on an essential relationship that effects every citizen in the United States—the relationship between citizens and their government.
Just in time to plan your summer trip, tune in to FEDtalk this Friday to learn about all the great sights waiting to be explored inside our National Parks.
Today, the Supreme Court held that contractual subrogation and reimbursement prescriptions plainly relate to “payments with respect to benefits” under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Act of 1959 (FEHBA) and preempt state laws barring subrogation and reimbursement.
Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation Covered under Sex Discrimination for the Purposes of Title VII
Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals the for the Seventh Circuit held that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is a form of sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday to learn about the many roles of designers in the federal government. From designing marketing materials that educate and inspire, to helping agencies transform their visual identity, to conceptualizing and constructing entire Smithsonian exhibits, designers play many crucial roles within the federal sector.