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“I don’t think anyone wants to be a whistleblower,” said Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.,

Energy Department, Contractor Faulted for Handling of Whistleblowers

Two former contract employees were fired for raising safety concerns at nuclear waste cleanup site.

A Facebook employee walks past a sign at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif.

How Facebook and Twitter Built the Best Employee Training Programs in Silicon Valley

Facebook Bootcamp is a seven week program for new engineers and project managers.

Telework was cited at the conference.

Telework, Communication Key to Improving Employee Engagement, Federal Managers Say

Officials stress importance of listening to and acting on employee feedback.

8 Ways to Say No Without Hurting Your Image

There’s a big difference between pleasing people and helping them.

CIA Director: We Are Not Spying on Congress

John Brennan denies his agency was monitoring computers used by Senate staffers who were investigating its past interrogation practices.

The Public Buildings Service Western Regions Conference in October 2010 was held at the M Resort Spa Casino in Las Vegas.

Fired GSA Exec Exonerated, Restored With Back Pay

Judge finds James Weller not responsible for lavish spending at Las Vegas conference.

Edward Snowden talks during a simulcast conversation during the SXSW Interactive Festival on Monday, March 10, 2014.

The Government Already Has the Technology to Monitor Cleared Employees

A few coding tweaks are all that's needed to stop the next Snowden, former official says.

Beware: Mistakes and Workplace Injuries Spike After Switch to Daylight Savings Time

The average American gets about 40 minutes less sleep the night after pushing the clock ahead an hour—with measurable consequences for on-the-job safety.

Less Controversial Sexual-Assault Bill Sails Through Senate

The legislation sponsored by Missouri Democrat Claire McCaskill doesn't take away a commander's ability to decide if a sexual-assault case should be prosecuted.