OPM Chief Steps Down After New Hacking Revelations
The Office of Personnel Management chief has resigned after revelations that more than 7% of Americans were affected by a data breach.By Eugene Daniels | July 10, 2015
After more than a month of scandal, the director of the Office of Personnel Management, Katherine Archuleta has resigned.
This comes just one day after the OPM announced sensitive data of 21.5 million people, including current or former government workers, was stolen by hackers. After the breach was revealed, lawmakers quickly demanded Archuleta's resignation.
"She should be fired. The president should fire her. Her incompetence is stunning. Her knowledge of the facts is shallow and she has no vision and capability to actually solve the problem moving forward," Congressman Jason Chaffetz, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee told Fox News.