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The OPM Data Breach

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NTEU met last week 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.
           
OPM provided a general status update regarding the initial, June 4 reported breach of personnel records. NTEU continues to press for additional information related to the second announced breach impacting background investigation records.

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 on the toll-free line or on 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

See what else NTEU is doing to protect federal employees.

FTC Tips for Impacted Federal Employees

1. Monitor your credit report. Look for accounts or charges you don’t recognize. Even if the breach didn’t involve credit card information, thieves may use your Social Security number, address and date of birth to open accounts in your name.

2, Take advantage of OPM's offer of credit report access, credit monitoring, and identity theft insurance and recovery services to potentially affected individuals.

3. Place a fraud alert on your credit reports. With a fraud alert, businesses must verify your identity before providing new credit. An initial fraud alert lasts 90 days but you can renew it.

Get next steps and more on the Federal Trade Commission's website.


OPM DATA BREACH Ask lawmakers to ensure federal employee personal information is safeguarded.

STOP THE ATTACKS!
Act now to protect your pay, benefits and healthcare.

BOOST IRS FUNDING Ask your members of Congress to support adequate funding for the IRS

TAKE ACTION! Ask your members of Congress to co-sponsor the FAIR Act, which would provide federal employees with a 3.8 percent pay increase for 2016.

PROTECT YOUR FUTURE Support the Federal Employee Pension Fairness Act.


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