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Congress want National Security Damage Assessment on OPM Hack

December 12, 2015

Several House committees want an unclassified report from President Barack Obama on the damage to U.S. spy operations wrought by the historic breach of federal employee background investigations.

The U.S. government has committed to spending $330 million on anti-fraud protections for the 21.5 million victims whose Social Security numbers were compromised. Agencies have warned about risks to these individuals’ financial security. But little has been said about the national security threats posed by the unprecedented exposure of personnel records.

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