Keypoint Government Solutions Joins Hireveterans.com the largest online job board for U.S. Veterans in an effort to help our nation’s veterans get back into the workforce.
KeyPoint Government Solutions was formerly Kroll Government Services, a division of Kroll Inc. President and CEO Jeff Schlanger started a government services division for Kroll Inc. in early 2000. Jeff brought on William Bratton, the former police commissioner of New York City, with the intent of providing consulting and independent investigation services to police departments. The team soon won a major contract as Independent Monitor for the Los Angeles Police Department, a role that continued for nearly a decade.
Kroll grew the division to exclusively serve government clients at a historically critical time, during the development of the Department of Homeland Security. In 2003, Kroll was selected by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration to provide preliminary background investigations for the large federal workforce being hired to handle security screening activities in our nation’s airports. A similar background investigation contract with U.S. Customs and Border Protection soon followed.
By developing the capability to provide this vital service, the company has built a nationwide network of experienced investigators. Through the dedication and commitment of our employees and contractors, the organization has grown to a $90 million a year enterprise that also serves U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Office of Personnel Management, the Army National Guard, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Our reputation is synonymous with quality and integrity.
Kroll Government Services was acquired by Veritas Capital in May 2009, becoming KeyPoint Government Solutions. KeyPoint is now part of a family of companies that aggregate more than $6 billion in annual government sales and employ more than 50,000 men and women.
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