Federal Personnel Board Is Step Closer to Being Back in Business

June 12, 2019, 9:18 PM

The board responsible for hearing federal employee appeals of personnel actions is a step closer to having its seats filled after a Senate panel on June 12 considered the nomination of B. Chad Bungard to be its vice chairman.

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee is scheduled to vote on Bungard’s nomination on June 19.

Bungard, a former general counsel at the Merit Systems Protection Board, is President Donald Trump’s third pick for the three-member board. The other two nominees—Dennis Kirk to be the board’s next chairman and Julia Akins Clark to be its Democratic member— ...

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