The contract will allow EmployeeScreenIQ, a global leader in conducting employment background checks, to provide services to government agencies as an authorized vendor. It also will expedite the process of obtaining government contracts.
“In the private sector we’ve been an industry innovator in best practices and compliance, and we think this experience translates well to government agencies,” Jason B. Morris, president and COO of EmployeeScreenIQ, said. “Properly screening employees has never been more important. Why shouldn’t the government have access to the same thorough and effective employment background checks as private industry?”
Under the contract, EmployeeScreenIQ plans to offer several services to government agencies, allowing them to make informed hiring decisions. Some of the services will include: criminal background checks, substance abuse screening, resume verification, driving records, sex offender registry searches and credit reports.
GSA is responsible for overseeing the business of the federal government in the United States. The organization’s acquisition solutions supply federal purchasers with cost-effective, high-quality products and services from commercial vendors. GSA affects almost $66 billion in financial transactions throughout the government.
Cleveland-based EmployeeScreenIQ is an employment screening company that offers a variety of services to mid and large-size organizations throughout the world, including those in North America, South America, Europe and East Asia.
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