President Trump signed an executive order calling for the establishment of a new committee to modernize IT systems in federal agencies.
The Office of Personnel Management is warning federal retirees to be on the lookout for a scam where imposters are trying to steal their money.
An investigation into leaking intelligence information surrounding the resignation of national security adviser Michael Flynn has been requested by two House Committees. This begs the question, should federal employees work to oppose President Trump?
OPM released its exit report last week in which it highlighted accomplishments the agency made over the last eight years.
Lawmakers are concerned that OPM’s announcement that some federal employees will have to re-enroll with another service provider to continue to receive identity theft protection services is going to create confusion.
The theft of personal data of current and retired federal employees continues to impact those who were affected. A number of people will be required to re-enroll in the program to receive monitoring services. Here is an explanation.
A House Committee wants to know why OPM has failed to implement a number of recommendations made by the Government Accountability Office intended to strengthen OPM’s information security systems.
A large number of current and former federal employees and others in the federal community have been impacted by the theft of personal data from government records. Here is an update on an increase in insurance coverage and other actions that may help those impacted by these events.
A letter released by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform gives credit to OPM rather than one of its contractors for discovering the data breach on the agency’s computer network that left the personal information of millions of current and former federal employees vulnerable.