Employment Background Investigations, Inc. Unveils Innovative Drug and Alcohol Screening Management Solution with RandomTracTM

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Automated Scheduling, Roster Management and Auditing Features Highlight New Screening System

The robust features in RandomTrac amplifies our mission to provide best-in-class hiring solutions and risk mitigation resources with a partnership attitude, stellar technology and legendary customer care. We are excited about RandomTrac and the positive effect it will have on our clients’ workflows.

Owings Mills, MD / January 30, 2008 -- Employment Background Investigations, Inc. (EBI), an industry leader in the global background screening, drug testing and occupational healthcare solutions arenas, has recently unveiled RandomTracTM, its new cutting-edge drug and alcohol screening management solution.

RandomTrac joins FormServTM and CNet-LinkTM as the third module in EBI’s highly touted and innovative MyEBI Drug Testing Program Management System. The RandomTrac web-based application, developed by EBI, provides clients with a secure platform which allows for the maintenance and management of Department of Transportation (DOT) and Non-DOT random population listings -- conveniently housed in one location.

RandomTrac comes complete with a scheduling module, which makes setting up and maintaining random testing pools effortless. Once a user schedules the parameters of testing, and what percentage of the pool needs to be screened RandomTrac’s smart design will automate the process and virtually manage all pre-scheduled tasks.

In addition to automatically selecting personnel for random screenings, RandomTrac users will be able to easily manage their roster(s) through real-time updates, edits and changes. RandomTrac’s comprehensive auditing feature will ensure that all designated employees are taking the required drug and alcohol tests. RandomTrac also features a powerful array of reporting which links all results to a common outlet for easy access and analysis.

“RandomTrac offers endless streamlined efficiency to our clients in need of a DOT compliant random drug and alcohol testing program,” explains Sandra Serrano, Executive Director of EBI’s Occupational Healthcare Solutions Division. “This user-friendly system was created to help our clients design, track and maintain random screening lists in Just One Click. RandomTrac will drastically reduce the amount of time a client spends on their random lists.”

Rick Kurland, President and CEO of EBI states, “The robust features in RandomTrac amplifies our mission to provide best-in-class hiring solutions and risk mitigation resources with a partnership attitude, stellar technology and legendary customer care. We are excited about RandomTrac and the positive effect it will have on our clients’ workflows.”

About Employment Background Investigations, Inc. (EBI):
Employment Background Investigations, Inc. is a single-source, premier provider of enterprise background screening, drug testing and occupational healthcare solutions. EBI offers worldwide capabilities tailored to meet clients’ exact background screening needs. EBI services more than 5,000 clients worldwide, including many Fortune 500 companies. Companies around the globe utilize EBI’s solutions every day to make better and safer hiring decisions. Personalized customer care, cutting edge technology and data security have been the key reasons for EBI’s remarkable growth over the last 14 years. Through European Safe Harbor Certification, EBI is at the forefront of the global data and privacy protection arena. EBI is a member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS), the Drug and Alcohol Testing Industry Association (DATIA), and the Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association (SAPAA). To learn more about how EBI can help your organization, visit ebiinc.com.

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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