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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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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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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 organization’s ability to
    continue its critical missions.

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