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The Office of Security (OSY) at National Processing Center (NPC) provides critical services to NPC customers. Services include Anti-Terrorism, Emergency Management and Client Services as well as ID Badges, Keys, Fingerprints, Alarm Systems, Security Incidents, Contract Guard Management, Building Security and Security Education and Awareness. Site Map

Reducing Terrorism & Espionage Risks, Increasing  Emergency Preparedness

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Counterespionage

Role of Commerce Employees
in reducing espionage risks:

         Know that the threat of espionage still exists.

         Safeguard sensitive and classified documents.

         Report encounters with anyone, including co-workers and foreign nationals, who request classified information, want more information 
than they need to know, or act suspiciously.

 

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Anti-Terrorism

Role of Commerce Employees
     in reducing terrorism risks:
Know what to be aware of and what to report to the appropriate authorities, including: 

Role of Commerce Employees in
  increasing emergency preparedness:

         Individuals videotaping, photographing, taking notes on, or drawing maps of facilities.

         Abandoned, unattended, or overloaded
cars or trucks.

         Individuals asking questions regarding
 security, employees and their schedules,
 facilities, and activities.

         Unattended briefcases or packages,
and individuals not displaying proper
building identification.

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Emergency Management

Role of Commerce Employees in
  increasing emergency preparedness:

         Report any and all emergency information
to the appropriate authorities.

         Follow coordinated guidance issued for
evacuation and/or shelter-in-place.

         Support your organizationís ability to
continue its critical missions.


The Office of Security is an Operating Unit of the Chief Financial Officer and Assistant Secretary for Administration within the Office of the Secretary of the U. S. Department of Commerce .


Last update: August 18, 2008


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