The Supreme Court granted the Justice Department a writ of certiorari, meaning DoJ can argue its case on presidential appointments next year.
Federal employees will not be able to submit new Flexible Spending Account claims for health care or dependent care for a month this summer, starting July 30.
A court ruling says OPM acting Director Beth Cobert shouldn’t be allowed to serve in her role. The administration continues to stand by its nomination. Political pundits say the legal disagreement is the least of the worries when it comes to the political appointee process.
After 25 years on the job, the Office of Personnel Management’s inspector general will resign effective Feb. 19.
A new report from the Office of Personnel Management’s Inspector General found the agency’s Office of Procurement Operations did not comply with policies and procedures for the first identity monitoring services contract. The IG also laid out a list of top management challenges OPM is facing, including information security and authorization.
The Office of Personnel Management’s Office of the Inspector General has issued a management alert warning that the agency’s procurement process for certain benefits is outdated, creates a conflict of interest and could cause taxpayers to overpay on services.
A new memo from Office of Personnel Management Acting Director Beth Cobert does little to ease her Inspector General’s concerns with OPM’s Infrastructure Improvement Project.
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.
The Office of Personnel Management will hire a special cyber advisor, accelerate the implementation of two-factor authentication and data encryption technologies.
President Barack Obama signed the OPM IG Act into law this week. The law provides the agency’s top watchdog with an additional source of funding to conduct audits and investigations of the security-clearance process.