Eventually, thousands of elected officials, members of the press, Capitol Hill staff, and vendors will be identified through the BMS. LSI has previously implemented Badge Management Systems for Lockheed Martin, Auburn University, the U.S. Army in Korea, and FBI locations in Quantico, VA, and Redstone Arsenal, AL.
LSI's ID Badge division is also partnering with Test Express, Inc., a Memphis-based drug testing company, to develop a paperless drug test intended for use by construction companies. The test will not be certified by the Department of Transportation, due to the agency’s requirement that paper files be kept for years. However, LSI’s paperless test would meet the needs of many industries that don’t require the same hard copy documentation.
The paperless system allows faster processing of test results, dramatically cutting turnaround time while maintaining accuracy. It enables testers to scan an employee ID card and drug test cup prior to the test, and then again after the test to make sure the sample was not switched. The results are then digitally entered and e-mailed to the recipient. The whole process takes minutes, whereas traditional testing systems can take days.
LSI was established in 1975. This service disabled veteran owned, family business provides ID badge software, printers, supplies, and repair services, as well as large format digital printing.
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