Security benefits of OPM’s health data changes

Harley Geiger, policy council, Center for Democracy and Technology

wfedstaff | June 4, 2015 7:58 am

The Office of Personnel Management has released updated security notices for its new Federal Employees Health Benefits program database. There were concerns over the security of the database when OPM first announced plans for the tool to track FEHB quality and costs last year. Harley Geiger is the policy council at the Center for Democracy and Technology. He explains what OPM has done to better secure YOUR personal health information.


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