Homeland Security Compliance Relocations
Homeland Security Presidential Directive-12, “Policy for a Common Identification Standard for Federal Employees and Contractors.” Mid-West Moving & Storage is IOMI® trained in Homeland Security for Office Moves (HSPD-12) compliance requirements. Consider the risk to your secrets and intellectual property.
The attacks of 9/11 and criminal activities highlight the vulnerability of office buildings. Homeland Security for Office Moves takes a first-responder’s approach to preparing moving companies to recognize the warning signs of criminal and terrorist activities involving office buildings.
Mid-West Moving & Storage Compliance with HSPD-12 Requirements
- Policy: Mid-West Moving & Storage takes a first-responder’s approach to preparing moving companies to recognize the warning signs of criminal and terrorist activities involving office buildings.
- Special Equipment: Mid-West Moving & Storage uses special equipment to move and secure sensitive equipment / information such as computers, workstations, and memory devices being monitored? Mid-West Moving & Storage also uses special equipment to prevent damage to sensitive items, e.g., Spider Cranes and Space Gobblers. Mid-West Moving & Storage makes sure computers and data equipment are packed in locked numbered boxes.
- IOMI Standards: Mid-West Moving & Storage uses the International Office Moving Institute (IOMI®) relocation security standards, which reflect industry best practices.
Mid-West Moving & Storage is a multilingual 8(a) strategic supplier for Federal Agencies in the continental United States (CONUS)
Mid-West Moving & Storage is a GSA Contract Holder Click Here for Line Card
GSA Schedule 48
Special Item Number 653-8
Office Relocation Services
11/20/17 – 11/20/22