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PreCheck VP of Compliance, Vu T. Do, Elected to NAPBS® Board of Directors
Date:9/27/2013

Houston, TX (PRWEB) September 27, 2013

PreCheck, Inc. (http://www.precheck.com), a background screening and employment qualification services provider specializing in the healthcare industry, recently announced that Vu Do, Vice President of Compliance, has been elected to the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) Board of Directors. Do will serve a two-year term alongside other esteemed industry colleagues elected by the association’s members. NAPBS represents nearly 800 member companies in the US and internationally. The professional organization exists to foster ethical business practices and to promote compliance with federal, state, and international consumer protection laws that regulate background screening in employment and tenancy.

“I am humbled to receive this vote of confidence from my colleagues in the industry,” states Do. “The Board of Directors exists to serve members and lead our organization. More than ever, with recent events in the news focusing on the essential nature of background checks as well as other issues around screening, our commitment to educating members, lawmakers, consumers, and the public at large is absolutely critical. I am honored to represent and serve our association.”

Vu Do is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) and also holds an Advanced Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Certification from NAPBS. She spearheaded PreCheck’s efforts in achieving NAPBS accreditation earlier this year. Do frequently presents at conferences and provides employer education on matters about background screening in hiring and employment. An active contributor to NAPBS since 2007, she previously co-chaired the Best Practices committee and is also a member of the Government Relations and Ethics committees.

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