Federal Protective Service


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Synonyms for Federal Protective Service

an agency in the General Services Administration that is a security organization to provide a safe environment where Federal agencies can conduct their business

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This testimony is based on past GAO reports and testimonies and discusses challenges Federal Protective Service (FPS) faces in protecting federal facilities and tenant agencies' perspective of FPS's services.
The Federal Protective Service does not pay contractors on time and has failed to effectively monitor its contract security guards, according to the Homeland Security Department's inspector general.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, charged to be the investigative arm of the DHS' Border and Transportation Security, Directorate, was formed from bits and pieces of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Federal Protective Service and Federal Air Marshal Service.
The Denver resident has worked for the General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Protective Service (FPS), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the National Park Service (NPS), and the Minerals Management Service (MMS).
ICE merged the investigative functions of the former INS and the Customs Service, the INS detention and removal functions, most INS intelligence operations, the Federal Protective Service, and the Federal Air Marshals Service.
Federal Protective Service (FPS), an operational division of U.
A graduate of SBAs 8(a) Business Development Program, Diane has garnered an impressive list of clients including the: Departments of Defense, Energy, Homeland Security, State, Labor, the Federal Protective Service, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.
Extra security was evident inside and outside the courthouse, including uniformed members of the Department of Homeland Security Federal Protective Service.
To accomplish its mission of protecting about 9,000 federal facilities, the Federal Protective Service (FPS) currently has a budget of about $1 billion, about 1,225 full-time employees, and about 15,000 contract security guards.
General Services Administration's Federal Protective Service, manages the physical security program for the Manhattan Federal Civic Center in New York City.
marshals wearing bulletproof vests under business suits, Denver police officers on horseback and carloads of Federal Protective Service deputies repeatedly cruising by, the ponytailed dispatcher mused, ``Maybe I'm increasing my chances of being blown up by standing here.
We are pleased to provide continued support to our valued DHS Federal Protective Service customer.
While a few dozen protesters left the plaza after Federal Protective Service agents ordered them out on Wednesday afternoon, one woman stayed until agents handcuffed her and issued her a citation for failing to comply with a lawful direction.
Categories: April 14, 2010, Contract administration, Contract Guard Employment Requirements Tracking System, Contract oversight, Contract performance, Contract terms, Contracts, Employment requirements, Facility security, Federal facilities, Federal Protective Service Contract Guard Program, Government employees, Homeland security, Noncompliance, Performance appraisal, Program evaluation, Risk assessment, Risk Assessment Management Program, Risk management, Security policies, Security services contracts, Training utilization, X-ray machines
Improvements will include an interface with GSA's financial system to assess actual cost and an audit trail to ensure that records of work done are accurate, says Clarence Edwards, assistant commissioner for the GSA's Federal Protective Service (FPS).
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