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January 22, 2021 | Media Mentions

Jonathon Harris Named to “40 Under 40” Class of 2020

We are pleased to announce that our colleague Jonathon Harris, MBA, CPP, PSP was named to the Security Systems News “40 Under 40” Class of 2020. He is recognized along with a group of diverse and talented young professionals who represent the next generation of leaders in security. The Class of 2020 will be honored at SecurityNext virtual conference on February 24th. Congratulations Jon! #teamguidepost Read More

January 20, 2021 | Media Mentions

Federal Monitor Approves NYCHA’S Initial Lead Action Plan Required by 2019 HUD Agreement

Today, the Federal Monitor approved NYCHA’s initial lead-based paint Action Plan for improving the Authority’s benchmarks for lead compliance and abatement. NYCHA has already proactively been implementing many of the initiatives in this Action Plan. The Monitor’s approval will lend additional support to the significant efforts NYCHA has made over the past two years to rapidly remediate the presence of lead paint across the Authority’s housing stock – particularly in apartments where children under the age of six live or regularly visit... Read More

January 13, 2021 | Media Mentions

A New Year Brings New Opportunities for Security Tech

Security -  What will the new year mean for these and other security technologies? Jon Harris joins a panel of subject matter experts to discuss what trends will accelerate and which ones could see a decline in the new year. Read More

December 30, 2020 | Media Mentions

How to Find the Right Suppliers… and Manage Your Increasingly Intricate Supply Chain

Brainyard – Companies are smart to build supply chain resilience and diversity -- and there are guiding principles to keep in mind and red flags to watch for as they bring on and work with suppliers. According to Andrew O'Connell, under current COVID circumstances, organizations may be tempted to skimp on the due diligence, vetting and pre-planning for supplier onboarding -- this is not the time to relax on protocols. Read More