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Cross v. Smithsonian

DC-1221-06-0039-W-2 (MSPB): A whistleblower was fired after exposing extensive corruption at the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum, including top managers’ use of the Agency’s employees to do the managers’ personal projects. The Washington Post described the Agency’s wrongdoing, exposed by the employee, in a cover story. Ultimately, the Merit Systems Protection Board affirmed the Judge’s decision awarding full relief (106 M.S.P.R. 140), and the employee returned to his job with head held high, and with complete backpay, after more than four years of heated litigation.

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