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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. 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 …

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USIS Picks Stephen Synnott to Lead Intelligence Analysis and Technology Solutions; Mike Fraser Comments

USIS named Stephen Synnott to the position of director of intelligence analysis and technology solutions. Synnott will report to USIS Security Solutions Division President Mike Fraser. “Steve’s experience in the intelligence analysis space and strategic vision within the intelligence analysis and technology mission areas are a perfect fit for us …

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USIS’ Mike Fraser Joins Board of Advisers at CNU’s Business School

USIS’ Mike Fraser, president of the firm’s security solutions division, has been invited to join the board of advisers at Christopher Newport University’s School of Business. “I am honored to accept this invitation to join the board of advisers of the Joseph W. Luter III School of Business and support …

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USIS Debuts Tool to Help Secure Government Facility Construction Sites, Mike Fraser Comments

USIS rolled out a new device called “SiteBoss, ” a proprietary mobile construction surveillance system for high-security government construction projects. According to the firm, “the technology revolutionizes the methods used by Construction Surveillance Technicians (also known as CSTs) on the nation’s most secure construction sites—bringing construction security practices into the …

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Mike Fraser of USIS Talks Future of the Firm

The New New Internet spoke with Mike Fraser of USIS about what he sees as the future of the firm: “Right now, like many other companies, we are in the middle of strategic planning process. Altegrity, our parent company in USIS, has gone through a lot of changes in the …

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