Dave DeVries, currently DoD’s principal deputy CIO, will help OPM transition to the new National Background Investigation Bureau.
Rep. Chaffetz and his cohorts had been after a scalp for the Great OPM Cybersecurity Breach. Now they have it. Actually it’s their second.
Donna Seymour is stepping down after about two years of service. She was scheduled to appear before a House oversight committee on Feb. 24 to discuss the ongoing ways OPM is addressing the massive data breach.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) is calling for the removal of the Office of Personnel Management’s CIO Donna Seymour, after the agency’s Office of Inspector General found that the Office of Procurement Operations mismanaged a contract it awarded for identity and credit monitoring services for early victims of the cyber breach.
The chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee sent three letters– one to OPM, one to DHS and one to one of OPM’s main technology contractors, Imperatis Corp., seeking answers to a variety of questions.
The Office of Personnel Management’s inspector general wrote a letter to acting Director Beth Cobert highlighting concerns about the lack of cooperation from the Donna Seymour’s office. Cobert and federal CIO Tony Scott continue to support Seymour’s efforts to improve OPM’s cybersecurity posture.
Rep. Gerry Connolly isn’t so confident in OPM after the agency misspelled his name when determining if he was impacted by the cyber breach.
Three hearings. Nearly seven hours of testimony. Enough frustration to fill the Potomac River. That was Katherine Archuleta’s week. The director of the Office of Personnel Management had a bullseye on her back as House…
Tony Scott, the federal chief information officer, said he fully supports OPM Director Katherine Archuleta and CIO Donna Seymour in their efforts to address long-standing cyber challenges, and cautions lawmakers to ‘be careful about distinguishing fire starters from firefighters.’