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Government to Spend $133 Million on ID Theft Protection for OPM Hack Victims

The Obama administration will spend more than $133 million to provide ID theft protection services to the 21.5 million people whose personal information was stolen in a devastating hack of the Office of Personnel Management. The OPM and Defense Department announced Tuesday they have awarded a contract for that amount to Portland, Oregon-based ID Experts. The company will provide the hack victims and their dependent minor children with free credit monitoring, identity monitoring, identity theft insurance and identity restoration services for three years.

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