Arc Aspicio Uses E-Verify to Verify Employment Eligibility

Arc Aspicio
Uses E-Verify to
Verify Employment
Eligibility

Arlington, Virginia, July 23, 2008 – The employment eligibility verification system used by Arc Aspicio and thousands of American businesses may soon become mandatory for all government contractors. E-Verify is a system operated by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The system checks information given by a new hire against Social Security Administration and Department of Homeland Security databases to determine work eligibility.

An Executive Order signed by President Bush on June 9th proposes that all government contractors use the E-Verify system to check employment eligibility of their workers on all future contracts.

Arc Aspicio, a woman-owned small business, began using E-Verify in 2007 and is impressed with its capabilities. Since then, Arc Aspicio has processed all new employees through the E-Verify system with no difficulties. 

"The E-Verify system was very easy to adopt and is easy to use," said Lisa Barsa, Operations Manager. "I would strongly recommend it to other businesses."

As a company dedicated to the mission of homeland security, Arc Aspicio understands the difficulties faced by businesses and government in dealing with illegal immigration. The company is a thought leader in finding new ways to improve security and speed the flow of legitimate trade and travel across our borders. The widespread use of the E-Verify system is a strong step towards more efficiently managing immigration.  Arc Aspicio is proud to be supporting the Government by using E-Verify.

Contact Information
Lynn Ann Casey
info@arcaspicio.com
703.465.2060

Arc Aspicio is an information technology and management consulting company that focuses on homeland security and intelligence. Our services include strategy and planning, business architecture, strategic communications, mission/technology alignment, information technology, and program management. Arc Aspicio is building a community that promotes collaboration, continuous learning, innovation, and intelligence to improve homeland security.

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* Arc Aspicio | Arc Aspicio is an information technology and management consulting company that focuses on homeland security and intelligence. Our services include strategy and planning, business architecture, strategic communications, mission/technology alignment, information technology, and program management. Arc Aspicio is building a community that promotes collaboration, continuous learning, innovation, and intelligence to improve homeland security. For more information, please visit www.arcaspicio.com.

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info@arcaspicio.com
703.465.2060

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