MYB awarded contract with Army Office of the Chief of Chaplains

Hendersonville, NC, January 27, 2016 – Mind Your Business is honored to announce that it has won a contract with the U.S. Army Office of the Chief of Chaplains (OCCH), Strong Bonds Program. This means that Soldiers who participate in Strong Bonds Programs will be assured their children are being supervised by screened law-abiding, professional individuals. The OCCH will require those who have regular contact with children to meet Army policy guidelines on background screening. “MYB and OCCH share a common goal: to create a safe environment for children and staff,” said MYB CEO Karen Caruso. “We are committed to protecting our most vulnerable through our comprehensive, established screening processes, and look forward to working side by side with the military in accomplishing this goal.” MYB will track the background checks in three phases: pre-screening assessment, preliminary investigation, and completed background check. Overall, the screening for identified personnel will involve local law-enforcement checks, Installation Records Checks, FBI fingerprint checks, and Childcare National Agency Check with Inquiries. MYB is thrilled to have been recognized for its secure, flexible and customizable screening services. With this partnership, the OCCH and MYB will be able to continuously improve its screening processes through integration with its cutting-edge management system for streamlined screening. About MYB: MYB is a leading provider of background investigations, EEO investigations and drug screening services. MYB places a wealth of innovative technology, people, and services at your fingertips, increasing the level of information, profitability, and security for clients. MYB recently received 8(a) certification from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), joining only 158 other businesses in the state of North Carolina as part of this exclusive program. MYB is also a GSA Schedule holder.]]>

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