Want to streamline purchasing?
12 benefits of using the GSA schedule If you are in charge of acquiring products and services for a Government agency, make it your resolution to use the GSA system. It can dramatically speed up the acquisition process – often reducing procurement from months to only a few days. Following […]
NFSTC wins Graphic Design USA award
NFSTC recently won a prestigious award from Graphic Design USA in their annual American Inhouse Design Award competition for design of the website, www.ForensicScienceSimplified.org. These coveted awards are granted to outstanding work by inhouse designers. Becky Carter, Graphic Designer of NFSTC who was recognized with this award, consistently develops eye-catching, innovative designs. ForensicScienceSimplified.org is meant for non-scientists, and the design echoes that simple feel, using fun, pixilated icons and a simple, consistent navigation.
The ROTC class of 2013 has arrived!
NFSTC’s ROTC Biometrics and Forensics Internship is now under way at the Largo training facility. A dozen cadets from around the country will receive basic forensic training and hands on practice applying crime scene investigation techniques.
Thank you for voting!
On this election day, NFSTC reminds you to take a little time understand the candidates and issues, and to vote. Your ballot is your opportunity to participate in the decision-making process that guides progress for the United States of America.
Intermediate CSI training featured in Evidence Technology magazine
In the online edition of Evidence Technology magazine, Corporal Joe Campbell, Homicide Crime Scene Supervisor of the Tulsa, OK, Police Department, shares his experience of hands-on training at NFSTC. The Intermediate Crime Scene training program introduced him to new tools and techniques that he quickly applied in real-life investigations.