As a federal employee, having and maintaining a security clearance is sometimes a precondition of employment for certain positions. As a result, if you are facing the revocation of your security clearance, you are likely also risk having your employment terminated as well. When faced with the revocation of your security clearance, it is advisable to seek legal advice as soon as possible.
Developments at the MSPB: On February 9, 2016, the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) issued its annual performance report for FY 2015. The report discussed the current status of the MSPB's caseload of furlough appeals, its overall case processing in FY 2015, and specific case statistics for whistleblower reprisal cases.
Developments at the MSPB: On January 21, 2016, the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) issued its decision in Martin v. U.S. Postal Service, 2016 MSPB 6. Reversing the decision below, the MSPB found that Ms. Martin had been suspended without due process, and ordered the Agency to retroactively reinstate her to duty with back pay.