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Daon Trusted Identity Services Expands Background Screening Services to 80 Locations Across Florida
Date:7/21/2013

Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) July 21, 2013

Daon Trusted Identity Services (DTIS), operator of the nation's largest civilian clearinghouse for fingerprint, biometric and biographic processing, announced today that 80 convenient locations across the state of Florida are equipped with LiveScan equipment to offer digital fingerprinting and photograph services.

The need for vetting employees and service providers is rapidly increasing, and industries such as healthcare, education, and child/elderly care are turning to DTIS to help meet their Level II Background Screening Requirements.

In response to this increasing demand, and to help bring the service to those who need it, DTIS expanded its digital fingerprinting and photograph services in the last year to the total of 80 locations in Florida with LiveScan and photo equipment. This has made DTIS the leading fingerprint and photograph vendor in Florida. DTIS digital fingerprinting and photograph services are available at participating The UPS Store® locations.

DTIS is certified by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. We have worldwide experience in biometrics, and use knowledge gained from large-scale programs to provide security and protection of personal data collected.

Many Florida agencies look to DTIS to process their fingerprinting requirements. Agencies including the Department of Children and Families, Department of Health, the Agency for Health Care Administration and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation, depend on DTIS for fast, reliable, affordable and secure services.

For a list of locations offering DTIS’ full-service background screening services visit http://www.daontis.com/fl or contact (703) 984-4034.

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