• GSA Issues Final Rule on Payments in Kind

    GSA Issues Final Rule on Payments in Kind

    The General Services Administration has issued a final rule creating a new definition for “payment in kind” to account for waived or discounted registration fees provided by non-federal sponsors of meetings or functions in which an agency employee speaks, participates in a panel, or presents information. The rule notes that these are not payments in kind.

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Marijuana Still a Firing Offense for Feds

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The full Merit Systems Protection Board disagreed with an MSPB administrative judge regarding the reasonableness of the penalty of removal after an employee admitted to using marijuana.

MSPB Releases Report on Barriers to Removal

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The U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) recently released the results of a survey they conducted in 2016, asking supervisors, managers, and senior executives “If a subordinate employee engaged in serious misconduct are you confident that you would be able to remove that employee?”

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