We’ve had several clients who were put on extended administrative leave without any guidelines, any boundaries on that administrative leave. In a prominent case, we represented a former managing director of an agency who was put on leave by his agency, paid for three years, which was extreme. And of course, it was tremendously stressful for him. It’s been stressful for other clients who’ve been in the same situation, and it cost the federal government literally millions of dollars that we documented. And it’s not just us documenting that, but the [Government Accountability Office] and others have done studies and looked at the data and realized it’s costing the federal government tens of millions of dollars these extended administrative leave.
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