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Retaliation alleged at BPA, interim administrator named

Allegations have been raised that Bonneville Power Administration employees were retaliated against for raising issues of improper hiring practices, according to a management alert released Tuesday by the DOE Office of Inspector General. A BPA interim administrator has been named.

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