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40 Shrewsbury Ave

Red Bank, NJ 07701

1.800.874.6434

Government Security Services

Government Security Services

United Security Inc. (USI) Government Security Services Division has been a leading provider of armed and unarmed security personnel to federal government agencies utilizing the General Services Administration (GSA) Federal Supply Services Schedule (schedule #GSO7F0071N) for more than 20 years including partnering with:

  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Federal Bureau of Prisons
  • Federal Protective Services (FPS)
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection
  • U.S. Marshals Service

Our proven approach provides clients with consistent quality service with the flexibility to meet and exceed client expectations despite fluctuations in requirements and evolving challenges. USI’s strict selection, training and compliance program ensures government agencies that we consistently have properly trained prepared security personnel available to support their requirements and address their risks.

USI Government Security Services Divisions provides:

  • Access and perimeter control
  • Visitor monitoring and screening
  • Fixed post and mobile patrols
  • Command Control Center operations
  • Executive Protection Security

United Security Inc. (USI) provides contract security solutions and investigation services to a select group of vertical markets. For the past 26 years, USI has created safe, secure environments for commercial and government employees and customers by investing in our people, innovation and relationships. USI is committed to delivering:

  • Responsive management and security personnel
  • Continuous quality improvement and training
  • Consistent, client-focused service and performance

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