Falsification in the federal workplace: your a to z guide
This guide is aimed primarily at specialists working with managers to take actions based on alleged misconduct. The information is intended to help determine the best ways to develop charges regarding falsification, and to suggest alterntives when a charge of falsiication can not likely be sustained.
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Analysis and Proof of Specific Charges Involving Falsification
Other Falsification Charges
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