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MSPB: 3 Major Orders from your MSPB Judge
MSPB: 3 Major Orders from your MSPB Judge

Over the next couple days, I want to briefly discuss the 3 major orders you will receive from your Judge in an MSPB Hearing. They are: 1) the Acknowledgment Order; 2) the Scheduling Order; and, 3) the Pre-Hearing Summary. There are a few other orders, but I will only talk ...

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