To provide Members an opportunity to gain information on the nature and extent of the recent U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) data breach.
To discuss federal agency compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).
On June 4th, OPM announced a data breach and its plan to notify approximately 4 million individuals whose personally identifiable information (PII) may have been compromised. OPM’s data center is housed by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
The full extent of the data breach, including who was affected and what information was accessed, is still unknown.
The data may have been unencrypted, making employee information immediately usable if extracted.
Witnesses and testimonies
|Ms. Katherine Archuleta||Director||U.S. Office of Personnel Management||Document|
|Ms. Donna K. Seymour||Chief Information Officer||U.S. Office of Personnel Management|
|Dr. Andy Ozment||Assistant Secretary, Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, National Program Preparedness Directorate||U.S. Department of Homeland Security||Document|
|Mr. Tony Scott||U.S. Chief Information Officer, Office of E-Government and Information Technology||U.S. Office of Management and Budget||Document|
|Ms. Sylvia Burns||Chief Information Officer||U.S. Department of the Interior||Document|
|Mr. Michael R. Esser||Assistant Inspector General for Audits||Office of Inspector General, U.S. Office of Personnel Management||Document|
|FY2009 OPM IG Report Excerpt||Document|
|FY2010 OPM IG Report Excerpt||Document|
|FY2011 OPM IG Report Excerpt||Document|
|FY2012 OPM IG Report Excerpt||Document|
|FY2013 OPM IG Report Excerpt||Document|
|Chairman Chaffetz Opening Statement||Document|