The 2015 OPM data breach was a case of substantial theft of goverment records (according to Wikipedia):
The final estimate of the number of stolen records is approximately 21.5 million. This includes records of people who had undergone background checks, but who were not necessarily current or former government employees. It has been described by federal officials as among the largest breaches of government data in the history of the United States.
Both Trump and Obama have said some things about it; both blamed China, basically.
But Trump was not among the Republican leadership when the breach was made public. So what was the GOP leadership's reaction at the time? What did they call for the US to do in retaliation? Did they [try to] pass anything in Congress in that regard?
I was able to discover myself that they ("the top three House Republicans", John Boehner, Kevin McCarthy, and Steve Scalise) called in a "coordinated statement" for the OPM head to be fired:
President Obama must take a strong stand against incompetence in his administration and instill new leadership at OPM so we can move forward in a fashion that begins to restore the confidence of the American people.
That article doesn't mention any other measures they might have called for (especially against the perpetrators); it also doesn't mention China at all, so perhaps nothing was known at the time about the perpetrators. The GOP leadership might have made additional statements later as more facts became known. Hence my question; what measures did they call for against those responsible for perpetuating the hack/breach?