She appears to have been appointed to her position not because of any skill she possessed but as a reward for helping Barack Obama get elected president.
Jim Geraghty reviews her qualifications, or lack thereof, in The OPM Hack and Obama’s Politicization of the Federal Bureacracy. Political appointments all the way, with heavy emphasis on diversity over skill.
She seemed unconcerned when Inspectors General pointed out security holes. And unfortunately for federal employees, and potentially everyone else, someone exploited those holes and made off with way too much private information about those employees.
Presently, there are concerns that bureaucrats will get blackmailed into doing something against the national interest. How exactly would that work? Maybe a foreign agent will threaten to tell a bureaucrat's spouse about some infidelity described in his/her confidential personnel file. Now here's where we need Justice Kennedy. He needs to intervene and explain to the cheated-on spouse how important marriage is like he did in the gay marriage case, Obergefell v. Hodges, and describe in poignant detail the universal fear that a lonely person might call out only to find no one there. There. Fixed that.
The nation's enemies probably like Ms. Archuleta. She's been good for them. And she'll be equally loyal to her new overlords once a foreign flag gets hoisted over the capital.