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Veterans preference in federal hiring: Is it too strong?

Facing allegations it manipulated the veterans’ employment preference, the Justice Department has been ordered not to hire a nonveteran. The position is on hold during an Office of Special Counsel (OSC) investigation. Acting on an OSC request, the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), a quasi-judicial agency that reviews federal personnel matters, prohibited the hiring for […]
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