The U.S. Office of Personnel Management and the U.S. Department of Defense today announced the award of a contract for identity theft protection and credit monitoring services for 21.5 million individuals whose personal information was stolen in one of the largest cybercrimes ever carried out against the United States Government. These services will be provided for three years at no cost to the victims.
One of the Office of Personnel Management’s key missions is helping agencies untie the “knots” in the hiring process, and our recent partnership with the National Park Service offers a good case study of how we do that.
One of the many ways that the Office of Personnel Management helps agencies find the top talent they need to serve the American people is through the Presidential Management Fellows, our flagship leadership development program. Last week, we held our annual job fair that gives PMF finalists a chance to connect face-to-face with agency officials.
For Payroll Providers: The September 2015 Headcount is a reminder for payroll providers to submit the semiannual Headcount for the September 2015 reporting period no later than September 18, 2015.
It’s been an exciting and busy first two weeks for me as the new Acting Director of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. I will be regularly using this space to share the latest news about what we are doing to address one of my top priorities for OPM – our response to the recent cybersecurity incidents.
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