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Mobile fingerprinting services now available

Your forensic experts now provide enrollment in Tampa Bay to streamline your security clearance investigations

Guardian Livescan printingAvailable through our partners at the Forensic Innovation Center, the FIC can help you expedite your clearance procedures with quick and efficient fingerprint capture using the state-of-the-art Guardian Livescan device, by Crossmatch Technologies. This ensures your enrollments will be quick, reliable and meet FBI and DoD’s stringent capture requirements–-the first time. In January 2014, the Defense Security Service (DSS) released updated guidance for electronic fingerprint capture options, including hiring a third party service to capture prints for submission.

On site scanning: just $35 per person

We’ll come to your Tampa Bay site and perform expert scanning services for all personnel requiring e-fingerprints. Your high quality, Secure Web Fingerprint Transmission (SWFT)-compatible prints will be ready in less than 30 minutes, keeping your budget in line and your personnel on the job.

Not in Tampa Bay? We also do print card conversions

Bring your investigation files up to date with hard copy-to-electronic conversion. Send your FBI FD-258 fingerprint cards to our secure site and, in less than two weeks, your files will be submission ready.
Just $25 per card.

Save time and money

Your biometrics enrollment can be completed fast, with no need to purchase and maintain expensive equipment. Prints will be instantly ready for your FSO to submit them to the SWFT system.

727-395-2511, ext. 184

ask@the-fic.com

NFSTC Board honored by the Tampa Bay Business Journal

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John Ives, Mike McCampbell and Board President Mitch Morrissey attended the TBBJ awards event on November 19, 2015.

The NFSTC Board of Directors has been honored in the inaugural class of Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Outstanding Directors. Our nine member board took the honors for a nonprofit, medium size, in the entire Tampa Bay region.

TBBJ-Board-2015Under their guidance, NFSTC was able to navigate through a major funding shift which dramatically impacted our business model. In 2011, NFSTC was the recipient of more than $10 million dollars in National Institute of Justice (NIJ) grant funding; by 2012 that total plummeted to nearly $4.5 million. By 2014, NIJ funding of training projects by NFSTC and other organizations had completely stopped.

NFSTC board members took an active role in expanding the customer base and securing new lines of business. We not only survived, we thrived through a major business transition and were able to celebrate success and our 20th anniversary this year.

We want to say thank you and congratulations to our board members! Read more about our board here.

NFSTC board members:
Mitchell R. Morrissey, President
James J. Cali
John M. Allison
Jarrett Kolthoff
Kathleen M. Dennehy
John W. Ives
M. Fredric Rieders, PhD
Anthony J. Tambasco
Michael S. McCampbell

Support the 2015 NFSTC ROTC Internship

Shooting a fingerprint on a phoneEach year since 2009, NFSTC has offered a rigorous, two-week, one-of-a-kind Biometrics and Forensic Internship for 12 ROTC Cadets from around the country. NFSTC has been committed to this program as it truly complements our work and because of this, NFSTC has provided this amazing opportunity at no charge to ROTC cadets or the Command. Since we started, more than 70 Cadets have been to NFSTC and learned skills, tools and techniques that will make them stronger leaders in our nation’s security forces.

This year we have launched a campaign to allow companies and individuals to support this program through sponsorship and donations. Your support will show your commitment to educating future Army leaders through a unique internship experience they do not receive in college and or basic ROTC training.

IMG_2665Learn more about giving opportunities at nfstc.causevox.com, or download more information here:

  Support the 2015 NFSTC Cadet Internship

Custom corporate giving opportunities are also available.

NFSTC is proud to support our ROTC Cadets and science and STEM education, and we appreciate our sponsors. We are looking forward to meeting this year’s Cadets!

Follow along with the cadet class in July via NFSTC’s Facebook page.

 

Calling all CODIS lab directors: survey coming up

ICSI Biological Screening-ALS ICF International (ICF), with funding from the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), U.S. Department of Justice, is conducting the Study of Familial DNA Searching Policies and Practices. The primary goal of the study is to produce a national portrait of familial DNA searching policies, practices, and legislation to guide states in making informed decisions regarding familial searching.

As a key part of this study, ICF is surveying all state and local CODIS laboratories to learn about key considerations, opinions, and varied practices related to familial DNA searching in the U.S. To help accomplish this, NFSTC is encouraging all Laboratory Directors representing CODIS laboratories to complete a brief online survey. All eligible Laboratory Directors will receive an email in early December with a unique link to complete the survey. To ensure the survey is completed as fully as possible, Laboratory Directors are also encouraged to seek input from and/or complete the survey in coordination with their CODIS Administrator as needed.

For additional information about the survey, please contact the ICF Survey Administrator at ICFResearchTeam@icfi.com.

NFSTC is seeking a Logistics Specialist

NFSTC Challenge Coin frontNFSTC is looking for a Logistics Specialist (NFSTC) for its Largo, FL, headquarters location. This team member will be responsible for providing logistic and warehouse support for the organization, including shipping and receiving, inventory controls and material handling, and mobile unit maintenance and deployment.  He or she will perform equipment maintenance and upkeep through vendor liaison and hands-on delivery and provide support for space configuration, resource and equipment setup and tear down, and basic facilities support.  

To learn more about this position, and to directly apply online, please click here:

See the full listing.

The difference between a good career and a great one can be the benefits that come along with the job. NFSTC offers a strong benefits package to employees who qualify, including flexible work schedules, medical, dental, and vision insurance, 403(b) retirement plans, paid holidays and time off, and various elective benefits.NFSTC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer (minorities/women/disabled/veterans), and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, gender, disability, marital status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. NFSTC is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.

NFSTC is proud to have been named one of Tampa Bay’s 2009, 2010 and 2011 Best Places to Work by the Tampa Bay Business Journal and a Tampa Bay Times Top Workplace in 2011 and 2012. The organization stands with other leading companies as part of a vibrant business community.