The Merit Systems Protection Board

The Merit Systems Protection Board, commonly referred to as the MSPB, was created by the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 to replace the old Civil Service Commission.  The Merit Systems Protection Board is a quasi-judicial agency that hears appeals of federal employees who have been removed, demoted, or suspended for more than fourteen (14) days.  The mission of the Merit Systems Protection Board is to protect merit principles and promote an effective federal workforce free of prohibited personnel practices.

If you have questions about the Merit Systems Protection Board or need representation, please call the law firm of Bonney, Allenberg, & O’Reilly, P.C. to schedule an initial consultation with one of our attorneys.  Our firm has been servicing federal employees for more than thirty (30) years.