Accurate Investigation Services is an advanced, full service employment screening provider. Our ability to provide real-time record information, premier technology, custom client offerings and integration expertise are vital to effective applicant screening.
Hiring the right people is often the single biggest hurdle facing business owners and managers. A poor applicant decision can influence an organization’s culture, put people at risk and cost money.
Accurate Investigation Services’ involvement in a variety of industry organizations is a great advantage to our customers. Our investment provides industry updates including federal, state and other compliance concerns.
A good screening vendor has a history of providing background information. An organization should look for a provider with years of service. You should work with a screening provider with varying industry experiences. This expertise will prove valuable when you are deciding who, what and how to screen. Not all background checks or screenings are the same. Be sure and discuss your specific requirements with your representative.
Accurate Investigation Services is committed to creating a diverse organization in its business and culture and in our communities. Our company thrives from the variety of talents, perspectives, and experiences within our workforce because of diversity in race, gender, sexual orientation, age, religious affiliation, or nationality.
AIS is a woman-owned corporation and member of the Women’s Business Enterprise Council, a nation’s leading advocate of women-owned businesses as suppliers to America’s corporations. When looking to fulfill diversity requirements for suppliers, AIS qualifies and is a great provider to use in order to meet these needs.
Founded as a non-profit trade association in 2003, the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) was established to represent the interest of companies offering employment and tenant background screening services. The Association currently represents over 880 member companies engaged in employment and tenant background screening across the United States. Member companies range from Fortune 100 companies to small local businesses, conducting millions of employment related and tenant background checks each year as part of the hiring and leasing process. NAPBS Member companies are defined as “consumer reporting agencies” pursuant to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and are regulated by both the FTC and CFPB.
Concerned CRAs is a group of like-minded CRAs (consumer reporting agencies) who are concerned about the future of the employment background screening industry. “Consumer reporting agency” is the technical term for employment background screening firms.
DATIA’s mission is to provide education, resources, and advocacy to those involved in and interested in drug and alcohol testing.
SAPAA is a non-profit trade association whose members represent alcohol and drug testing service agents, including third party administrators (TPAs), in-house administrators, medical review officers (MROs), DHHS Certified Laboratories, Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs), manufacturers of testing devices, and collection sites/collectors. Our membership includes representation from all 50 states and Canada in all of the above professions. SAPAA is committed to providing members with up-to-date information concerning regulatory changes, state issues, industry trends, and member discounts on training courses and conferences.
US-EU Safe Harbor is a streamlined process for US companies to comply with the EU Directive 95/46/EC on the protection of personal data, and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Intended for U.S. organizations that process personal data collected in the EU, the Safe Harbor Principles are designed to assist eligible organizations to comply with the EU Data Protection Directive and maintain the privacy and integrity of that data. U.S. companies can opt into the program (I.e. self-certify) as long as they adhere to the 7 principles and 15 frequently asked questions.
The process was developed by the US Department of Commerce in consultation with EU.