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GovExec Daily: What MSPB's Restored Quorum Means for Feds

Federal employment attorney Dan Meyer joins the podcast to discuss the board's functions after two confirmations.

For five years, the Merit Systems Protection Board was without a quorum, leaving thousands of current and former federal employees in limbo, unable to receive a decision on their challenges against adverse personnel actions like whistleblower retaliation cases and unfair firings. The MSPB is functional now, after the Senate approved two of President Biden’s three nominees last week.

Dan Meyer is an attorney and managing partner of Tully Rinckey’s D.C office. Before the Merit Systems Protection Board, he successfully represented special agents and law enforcement personnel. He joined the show to discuss MSPB and its role in feds' lives.

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