Accurate Biometrics Awarded Contract by the State of South Carolina for the Management of Fingerprint-based Background Checks.

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Itasca-based Accurate Biometrics, a nationwide fingerprint service provider has been awarded up to a five-year contract with the South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation for receiving, storing and reporting fingerprint-based background check results in support of state licensing requirements.

Accurate Biometrics, today, announces it has been awarded an up to five-year contract for the receiving, storing, and reporting criminal history background check results for South Carolina’s Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation. Accurate Biometrics specializes in providing managed fingerprint applicant tracking and storage solutions nationwide for public and private entities, as well as fingerprinting for employment, licensing, and other required purposes.

“We are extremely excited by this award, it’s a testament to the high level of service and innovative technology solutions we have offered to other states and we look forward to working with South Carolina for the first time.” said Tim Daniels, President of Accurate Biometrics.

About Accurate Biometrics
Accurate Biometrics is a Certified Woman-Owned Small Business providing live scan fingerprinting service and solutions. We are a trusted leader in the biometric services industry, and the preferred choice of Federal, State, Municipal, Corporate, and other organizational entities. Accurate Biometrics is one of the first companies nationally to submit fingerprints to a State AFIS System for non-criminal justice history record checks, and have been an FBI Channeler since 2006. We have proudly provided innovative fingerprint solutions to our clients for nearly 20 years.

For more information, contact:

Jimmy Critchfield
Director, Government Sales and Partnerships
Accurate Biometrics
jvcritchfield(at)accuratebiometrics(dot)com
866-361-9944
AccurateBiometrics.com

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