RENEWED CONCERNS ABOUT OPM'S RESPONSE TO DATA BREACH - May 27, 2016
More questions raised about OPM’s response to breaches of background, personnel records
By Eric Yoder, The Washington Post
A year after the government disclosed that personal information about millions of current and former federal employees and others had been stolen from two Office of Personnel Management databases, auditors remain skeptical of OPM’s steps to shut the cyber barn door.
“We continue to believe that there is a very high risk that the project will fail to meet its stated objectives of delivering a more secure environment at a lower cost,” the office of the agency’s inspector general said in a report issued Thursday.