Security Solutions for Commercial and Government Applications

Designed to address your physical and digital security needs. Keeping you compliant and safe from espionage and other illicit activity.

SCIF Products and Services

Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs) meeting ICD 705 and TEMPEST standards

  • Secure Panel System – our proprietary, modular SCIF delivers physical, acoustic and RF protection
  • Gypsum Construction – for new build-outs and renovations
  • CONEX Containers – retrofitted for mobile applications
  • SCIF Design and Review
  • Accreditation Preparation

Security Consulting

  • Facility Security Officer (FSO)
  • Facility Security Clearance (FCL)
  • Counterintelligence (CI) and Insider Threat (IT)
  • Security Assessments and Self-Inspections
  • Document Management
  • Training

Physical Security Services

  • Technical Security Countermeasures (TSCM)
  • Automated Information Services (AIS)

Compliance Consulting

  • Foreign Ownership, Control and Influence (FOCI)
  • Export Control (ITAR/EAR)
  • Training

Facility Technology Services, Inc. (FTSI) provides an extensive array of industrial, personnel and information security solutions that help commercial businesses and government agencies comply with the full spectrum of government security mandates (e.g. NISPOM), and protect themselves from espionage and other illicit activity. Our work ranges from designing and building sensitive compartmented information facilities (SCIFs) and secure rooms; to providing security “sweeps” and IT system “lockdowns.” Our security consultants advise on security clearances (FSO and FCL); foreign ownership, control and influence (FOCI); and export control (ITAR/EAR) issues for companies with security clearances and classified contracts as well as those looking to obtain them.

FTSI provides the experience and expertise necessary to assess, design, develop and monitor your physical and digital security operations. We work with our clients to ensure that their organizational policies and procedures are strong enough to meet industry standards and government requirements.