OPM's Archuleta steps down

Katherine Archuleta has stepped down from her role of director of the Office of Personnel Management following a breach that affected the agency in June 2015, according to FCW.

Congressional leaders have been calling for Archuleta’s firing or resignation since the breach came to light and are now agreeing that this is the right course of action, FCW reported.

It is still unclear whether other OPM leaders, including chief information officer Donna Seymour, will also step down.

Reader Comments

Mon, Jul 13, 2015 Jake Richards

Hey, Nick: what contractors have been involved with OPM over the past few years in fields such as network mgt, network security, database mgt, IT acquisition? Any FFRDCs on the scene, too?

Mon, Jul 13, 2015

It is time to review the performance of all C level executives at federal agencies and bring the new talented guys

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