Mike Fraser on USIS’ Deal to Secure Sensitive Overseas Construction Sites

USIS has picked up a deal from the State Department to securing the construction sites of highly sensitive buildings overseas.

Mike Fraser

Terms of the contract were not disclosed by the firm.

“Twenty-five years ago, the world became more aware of the need for this type of surveillance when the KGB penetrated the U.S. embassy in Moscow, “ said Michael Fraser, president of USIS’ Security Solutions division. “Preventing that kind of event from ever happening again is the mission of the Construction Surveillance Technician (CST) program. We are proud to be a part of it.”

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