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PINE TOWNSHIP – Busy Beaver will be opening a home improvement store next year in Pine Township. A soft opening is set for March 1 at 11 Pine Grove Square, which previously housed USIS. A grand opening planned for April 7 will include a barbecue, children's activities, special sales, seminars, and ...
The backlog in security clearances soared in 2014 after one of three major contractors involved in conducting background checks, US Investigations Services LLC, lost its government business amid allegations that it had bungled and falsified results. Other officials bemoaned bureaucracy in their attempts ...

In a complaint Friday, plan administrator Corporate Risk Holdings LLC alleges that Altegrity chief executive Sharon Rowlands and the Altegrity board failed to exercise their duty to oversee computer security measures at the company's US Investigations Services LLC unit, resulting in a severe data breach ...
If it seems like the wait for your security clearance is endless, that's because it is — or at least twice as long as it should take, according to goals set by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Despite fiscal 2016 targets of less than 40 days for initial and secret national security investigations, and 80 ...
GROVE CITY – US Investigations Services LLC, better known as USIS, has sold its former Grove City office to Corporate Risk Holdings Corp. The new owner is essentially a reformulation of USIS and its related businesses. The office, located at 125 Lincoln Ave., was valued at $1.71 million, according to a ...

The long slow demise of U.S. Investigations Services Inc. may finally be over now that the company and its parent, Altegrity, have agreed to settle False Claims Act allegations with Justice Department. Interestingly, the settlement doesn't call for USIS to pay the government anything. Instead, USIS and ...
If there was any question whether U.S. Investigations Services LLC would survive after a fraud investigation, massive security breach and the loss of contracts worth billions of dollars, the planned bankruptcy filing of its parent offers an answer. USIS is done. Altegrity has not yet filed for Chapter 11, but ...

U.S. Investigations Services may have found the only way to salvage the bulk of the remaining business and save the jobs of nearly 2,000 employees – selling its Global Security and Solutions business to PAE. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the Global Security and Solutions business essentially ...
US Investigations Services LLC in Falls Church eliminated 2,500 jobs with the loss of two contracts to support background checks for the federal government — a move that spurred a lawsuit from an employee that claims he and his colleagues weren't given proper warning before getting laid off. Most of the ...
I worked for that fraud company for several years, when it was first known as US Investigations Services and I left once I started to see that upper management was more concerned with profit than actually conducting National Security Investigations. Now OPM is not without it's flaws, they have many but ...
Altegrity has tapped Evercore Partners Inc for advice on shoring up its finances, a person familiar with the matter said earlier this month. The case is United States Of America ex rel. Blake Percival vs U.S. Investigations Services, Case No. 11-cv-527, U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama (Northern ...


 

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