Federal Bureaucrats Behaving Badly

The Government Accountability Office recently reported on federal employee misconduct within the U.S. government. Eric Katz of GovExec covered the report’s surprising main finding:
One in four federal employees suspended by federal agencies in 2016 had been suspended before, according to a new review, which suggested an array of best practices for agencies to reduce misconduct in the workplace.
About 60 percent of serious disciplinary actions—including suspensions of more than 14 days, firings and demotions—in a given year are suspensions, the Government Accountability Office found in a new report. Overall, such actions are rare. Fewer than 1 percent of federal employees face

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