Can We Hire (and Keep) the Talent for Digital Government?

The author says that while the government is making progress, it needs to address the fundamental problems that are preventing it from fully utilizing modern technology. He discusses some of the barriers in place from keeping the government from moving into the 21st century.

OPM: 2.4 Million Have Signed Up for Free ID Protection

The Office of Personnel Management said in a statement that since the two data breaches that hit its computer systems were announced, 2.4 million people have enrolled so far in the identity theft monitoring services the government is offering to impacted individuals.

OPM Gives Green Light to Start Submitting Data Breach Verification Requests

The Office of Personnel Management has announced that it has completed sending notification letters to the majority of victims of the recent data breaches that hit the agency’s computers. Here is what this means for current or former federal workers who may be wondering if their personal information was exposed.

OPM Awards $133 Million Contract Providing ID Protection for Hack Victims

The Office of Personnel Management has announced that the government has awarded a contract to provide free identity protection services to the 21.5 million individuals whose personal data were left vulnerable as a result of the recent cybersecurity breach that hit the agency’s computer systems.