We understand costs are a serious concern to potential clients. This is why we fully disclose our fee structure up front. We hope this fee structure simplifies the decision making process of potential clients, both employees and unions, in determining whether and how to engage our services. Questions about consulting? click here. To initiate a no obligation consultation, click here. As always, initial consultations are without charge or obligation. Initial consultations require up to 30 minutes, so be prepared to answer serious questions as we determine whether our services will prove of value to you in your specific situation.
At this time we are not directly accepting clients from the Veterans Administration (VA). If you are a bargaining unit member, you should contact your local union. Non-bargaining unit members should seek other appropriate counsel.
Please note: your consultant will assess your specific situation and provide a personalized estimate of the number of hours recommended to perform the scope of services requested.
InformedFED Core Services
|Type||Cost||Description||Examples of Uses (not all inclusive)|
|Initial Consultation||No Charge||The purpose of the initial consultation is to assess your situation and determine which aspects may be actionable from our perspective and whether our services will provide value to you. Initial consultations typically last up to 15-30 minutes.||
|Hourly Rate||$155 hourly rate
Min. 4 hr. retainer; case dependent
|Our consultants bill on an hourly basis (minimum of 4 hours), with generally no obligation on your part to commit to large retainers. However, there may be exceptions in certain cases as determined by the consultant. For example, if the scope of work is clearly expected to exceed the minimum retainer of 4 hours. You simply retain a consultant for the amount of hours you believe you need or as agreed to in discussion with a consultant. There is no obligation other than a 4 hour minimum retainer (case dependent). Our hourly rate is all inclusive and there are no hidden fees.
|“Second Opinion”||$320||This flat rate provides limited document review and up to 1/2 hr. phone consultation. This service is designed for matters/issues at an early stage (typically, prior to initiation of an appeal or complaint) or at a final stage (such as the need to review a settlement offer).|
|Review of Report of Investigation (ROI) in Connection with EEO Complaint||$450||This flat fee provides a full review of a completed Report of Investigation including analysis of investigated (and amended) claims and evidence. Our consultant will conduct a telephone conference to discuss findings and recommendations concerning both the viability and sustainability of your claims in the context of either an elected Final Agency Decision (FAD) or request for an EEOC hearing.|
InformedFED provides expert administrative consulting and related transactional services to federal employees in all labor and employee relations matters including arbitration, grievances, disciplinary and adverse actions,Unfair Labor Practice Complaints (ULP), EEO Complaints, Reasonable Accommodation and Alternative Dispute Resolution matters (ADR).
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