The White House is taking steps to prevent another massive security breach that can compromise the information of future federal employees. It plans to replace (and absorb) the Office of Personnel Management's background check division with a new one called the National Background Investigations Bureau. If you recall, the intruders that infiltrated OPM's network last year took millions of people's fingerprints, SS numbers, bank info and other personal details. NBIB will still be part of OPM, but it will be led by a presidential appointee. Plus, the data it collects won't be kept within its offices anymore.