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The OPM Data Breach

NTEU Meets with OPM Director On Data Breaches

Happy July 4th from NTEU

   

NTEU this week met with Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Director Katherine Archuleta and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) concerning the recent federal employee data breaches, and the resulting response.

This briefing was related to the initial personnel breach. NTEU continues to press for additional information related to the second announced breach impacting records related to background investigations.
           
OPM provided a general status update regarding the June 4 reported breach of personnel records. The majority of email and mailed notifications have occurred by the OPM-selected contractor CSID, though some notifications continue in cases where e-mail notifications were undeliverable or an earlier mailed letter was returned. 

Currently, individuals can contact the CSID toll-free line (844-777-2743; international callers collect at 512-327-0705) to verify whether they were affected in the personnel records breach.

Also, individuals can fully enroll in the credit monitoring services with a CSID representative on the toll-free line or by visiting the CSID website.

NTEU has consistently advocated for affected individuals to be able to fully enroll in these services on the toll-free line, rather than being required to enroll through the CSID website

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