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SureID and Inquiries Screening partner for fingerprinting service for government job applicants


Background screening solutions provider Inquiries Screening and fingerprinting services company SureID have formed a partnership to offer an end-to-end fingerprinting solution to meet the strict requirements of government sector customers.

“We are excited about the partnership with SureID,” explains Jennifer Clark, President of Inquiries Screening. “Through our streamlined workflow and their state-of-the-art national fingerprinting network, we now offer the industry’s first true end-to-end fingerprint collection and submission solution for our partners in the government sector.”

The service will be offered at more than 800 The UPS Store locations in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, where fingerprinting takes place on high sensitivity touch screen devices. Applicants can select a location online or through a mobile act to have a consistent and professional capture experience without booking an appointment, according to the announcement.

Inquiries Screening is one of the few approved FBI Channelers, and captures and processes fingerprints in the Secure Web Fingerprint Transmission (SWFT) format.

“We could not be more excited to partner with Inquiries Screening and service the needs of SWFT customers.” said Taylor Liggett, Vice President of SureID. “Together, our solution will greatly simplify the current challenges facing this market.”

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