Tag: USIS

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.

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

USIS Names Cheryl Cohen CIO; CEO Bill Mixon Comments

Cheryl Cohen has joined USIS as chief information officer, reporting to CEO Bill Mixon. Cohen has more than two decades

USIS’ VP, Contracts Jeff Johnson on How to Grow Your Business, Increase Team Success

Vice president of Contracts at USIS Jeff Johnson spoke with ExecutiveBiz about the need to stop wasting time with lengthy

USIS CFO Andre Olberholzer Heads for Parent Altegrity; Chuck Hicks Named Replacement

USIS named Charles (Chuck) L. Hicks, Jr. chief financial officer, replacing Andre Oberholzer, who will head to the firm’s parent

USIS Wins Fingerprinting Deal from Army

USIS picked up a deal from the Army to facilitate computerized fingerprint records from Army Recruiting Commands to the FBI

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

USIS CIO David Spannare Talks Training Solutions

USIS CIO David Spannare spoke with ExecutiveBiz about a variety of topics, including training solutions: “The investments that we’ve made

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.

USIS CEO Bill Mixon Joins Board at Christopher Newport University’s Center for American Studies

USIS President and CEO William Mixon has joined the Board of Advisors at Christopher Newport University’s Center for American Studies