Office of Personnel Management CIO Donna Seymour retires
Donna Seymour, who served as chief information officer of the Office of Personnel Management during a series of catastrophic breaches on federal personnel and background check records in 2014, announced her retirement Monday.
OPM hiring chief privacy officer
The Office of Personnel Management is hiring for a chief privacy officer, according to a job listing.
Audit: OPM IT systems not ‘protected against another attack’
The Office of Personnel Management has made a concerted effort to improve its information security in the wake of a major data breach earlier this year that compromised the personal information of millions of Americans, but still it struggles to meet many federal cybersecurity requirements, according to OPM's inspector general.
Chaffetz calls for OPM CIO’s job
The chair of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform issued a letter Thursday calling for the immediate removal Office of Personnel Management Chief Information Officer Donna Seymour for alleged misconduct in the wake of two catastrophic security breaches on her agency's systems.
Why the OPM hack demands accountability
The federal government's cybersecurity efforts are in shambles. Is it time to stop blaming the bureaucracy and hold individuals accountable?
House committee prods federal IT experts over OPM hack
The House Oversight Committee pressed government officials on how the USIS hack influenced forthcoming cybersecurity policy for the federal government.