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Panel worries victims may be suspicious of OPM letters

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is concerned that some individuals affected by an Office of Personnel Management cyber breach may be confused by OPM’s efforts to inform them of a changeover of the firm that provides them with identity protection services.

Some data breach victims must re-enroll for services

The Office of Personnel Management last week said that about 600,000 individuals affected by the OPM personnel records data breach will have to re-enroll with another ID monitoring firm to maintain protection when that coverage ends Dec. 1.

FBI conducting internal review of tweeting during election season

The FBI is investigating itself in a review of potentially inappropriate tweets made on an agency Twitter account.

Former federal prison employee enters guilty plea

A former Special Investigative Services technician at a federal prison pleaded guilty to bringing marijuana into the facility—as well as to conspiring to introduce tobacco, pornography and other prohibited items into the prison, the Justice Department said.

Some OPM data breach victims must re-enroll for ID protection

About 600,000 individuals affected by the Office of Personnel Management personnel records data breach who receive identity protection services from Winvale/CSID will have to re-enroll in another plan to maintain protection when that coverage ends Dec. 1, the agency said this week.

DOD puts National Guard bonus collections on hold

Defense Secretary Ash Carter last week told the Defense Finance and Accounting Service to suspend efforts to recoup enlistment bonuses inappropriately granted to California National Guard members.

OMB to create new Privacy Office

A new federal entity will manage the development and implementation of federal privacy policies, strategies and practices across the federal government.

NTEU defends OPM cyber breach lawsuit

The National Treasury Employees Union asked a federal court to reject a motion to dismiss its lawsuit seeking relief from the Office of Personnel Management for the cyber breach that exposed federal employees’ personal information.

Former IRS special agent indicted for tax fraud

A former IRS-Criminal Investigation special agent was indicted last week by a federal grand jury in California on charges of filing false tax returns and other offenses, the Justice Department said.

Report reveals gaps in Secret Service IT security

The Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General this month released an audit report that revealed an ongoing list of security shortcomings in IT management at the Secret Service.

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