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Presidential candidates back stronger whistleblower protections

Nine contenders endorse bill that would expand the rights of employees who expose mismanagement or wrongdoing in government programs.

Laboring Another Day

Every day you keep working, you add to your retirement benefit.

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales leaves legacy of damaged credibility at Justice.

After Gonzales, Justice seeks to regain trust of employees

Successor's job, department officials say, will be to improve morale at headquarters and U.S. attorneys' offices.

DHS agency issues payments to private security guards, reviews disputed claims

House lawmaker vows continued oversight of security contracting.

Reserve Returns

New court decision provides relief to federal employee military reservists who were improperly charged for military leave dating back to 1980.

Hackers steal info on users of federal job site

Intruders gain access to names, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of 146,000 job seekers, OPM says.

NASA report rebuts astronaut drinking allegations

Safety chief finds no evidence astronauts flew drunk, says agency has policies in place to prevent unsafe behavior.

Executives list obstacles to outsourcing HR services

Study shows challenges include inadequate standards and lack of funding to implement new programs.

IRS seeks strategy to recruit, retain employees

Oversight board projects agency will lose about 4,000 employees a year over the next four years.

Alberto Gonzales walks away from the podium after delivering his statement of resignation Monday.

Employee groups praise Gonzales -- for leaving

Representatives of Justice Department employees say move is first step to shoring up low morale.