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U.S. Increases Security at Federal Buildings

→  October 29th, 2014  →  In The News

The increased security is precautionary after the attacks on Canada’s government last week.  The United States is enhancing security for more than 9,500 Federal Government buildings.  The locations selected will vary and shift from location-to-location and will be continually re-evaluated.  A Homeland Security Official stated this is a “precautionary measure”. Video Source:  CNN Sources: CNN […]

Soon To Be Released: GSA Interpretation of 2010 ISC Physical Security Criteria for Federal Facilities

→  August 17th, 2011  →  Industry Developments

Stone Security Engineering recently supported the General Services Administration in developing an engineering based interpretation of the 2010 ISC Physical Security Criteria for Federal Facilities. GSA’s new document is scheduled for release in September.  The new GSA document will address blast and progressive collapse requirements and will be applicable to all GSA buildings and other […]

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New Interagency Security Committee Document

→  May 7th, 2010  →  Industry Developments

The Interagency Security Committee has just released the 2010 Physical Security Criteria for Federal Facilities (FOUO) and the 2010 Design-Basis Threat Report (FOUO). These documents supersede the 2004 Security Design Criteria for New Federal Office Buildings and Major Modernization Projects (FOUO), the 2005 Security Standards for Leased Spaces (FOUO) and the 1995 DoJ Vulnerability Assessment […]

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