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Binary Biometrics, Founded by James Timothy White, Expands Services to 13+ Locations With the Addition of Owner/Operator Kevin Morris
Date:8/1/2014

additional states to help lift the burden on compliance officers. In August, the company plans to be a DOT certified drug screening and DNA testing company.

For more information on Binary Biometrics and its services, or to become an owner/operator, please contact the company or visit its website at http://binarybiometrics.com.

About Kevin Morris

Kevin Morris is a budding entrepreneur with experience in hospitality, and has been providing consulting services for network technology and wireless efficiency optimization. The switch to becoming a LiveScan Service Provider is a simple and logical next step. In an effort to improve his service to customers, Kevin has become a notary public and is undergoing training to become a certified DOT drug tester with additional services on the horizon.  

About James Timothy White

James is a licensed Realtor and business broker located in Melbourne, Florida, provides business brokering services in Calgary, Alberta Canada, and consults with small business owners globally on all aspects of starting, running and selling a business.  James understands the challenges that fellow business owners face every day, which is why he has made it his mission to save families from indentured servitude – beginning with the publication of a series of books with insightful, reliable and valuable information to assist and inspire small business owners along the way to their ultimate success.

About Binary Biometrics

Binary Biometrics is a Florida-based biometrics services company that provides identity solutions, DOT certified drug testing and DNA services to local, state and federal governments, law enforcement agencies and private companies in the United States'/>"/>

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