It’s been a month since OPM announced a massive cyber breach of employee records, but time has not lessened the pain for feds.
A new report by indicates that federal senior executives are much more satisfied in their jobs than are other employees.
The Office of Personnel Management plans to release the number of people affected by a cyber breach of security clearance records next week, when it will begin notifying the individuals affected.
If it weren’t for bad news, Katherine Archuleta would have no news at all.
The American Federation of Government Employees is suing the Office of Personnel Management because of the cyber theft of personal information belonging to 4.2 million federal employees.
In another blow to Office of Personnel Management cyber operations, the web-based system used for background investigations has been suspended.
As OPM grapples with a massive cyber data breach, the House members say they have no confidence in OPM Director Katherine Archuleta.
Following four congressional hearings into the OPM cyber theft of personal information belonging to at least 4.2 million people, employees are upset with the agency that says the “ongoing investigation that could reveal additional exposures.”
Katherine Archuleta finished a series of four congressional hearings into a massive data breach still on the job, but with diminished confidence from Congress in her performance.
Public Service Recognition Week should feel at least as good as No Socks Day.