FILE - In this June 20, 2016 file photo, the Supreme Court is seen in Washington. The Supreme Court is set to close out its current term with opinions Monday in three remaining three cases after a flurry of decisions last week. It’s expected to be the justices’ final meeting before they disperse on their summer breaks. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

SCOTUS grants Justice Department chance to argue eligibility of presidential appointees

The Supreme Court granted the Justice Department a writ of certiorari, meaning DoJ can argue its case on presidential appointments next year.

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Tom Shoop: Archuleta resignation is “business as usual” in Washington

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All federal workers, not just breach victims, could get credit monitoring

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21.5 million people impacted by breach of OPM’s background investigation databases

The Office of Personnel Management announced today that 21.5 million people were affected by the second breach of its background investigation databases….

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Steve Cooper: Now is the time to assess agencies’ cyber performance

Katherine Archuleta’s recent time in the congressional hot seat is a wake-up call for all agency executives. Chief information officers that oversee cyber…

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OPM, ODNI turn to paper forms to keep security clearance process going

With the e-QIP system shutdown for four-to-six weeks, OPM and ODNI told agencies to get hard copies of the forms from new hires, or employees or contractors needing reinvestigations.

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