SAN FRANCISCO, California. (April 11, 2016) – A “Security Request for Proposal (RFP) Distribution Service” has been unveiled by the International Association of Professional Security Consultants (IAPSC), the most widely respected and recognized security consulting Association in the industry.
"The IAPSC security RFP distribution service helps security leaders, procurement departments and anyone involved in retaining professional security consulting and technical design services save time, reduce costs, and reach the most qualified independent security consultants in one easy step," said IAPSC President, Harold Gillens, PSP, CFC, CHS-III. "IAPSC’s professional security consultants can address the security needs of every company, educational and governmental organization, domestically or internationally, as they offer services across 23 major security service categories."
The IAPSC security RFP distribution service also includes resources and guidelines that will assist staff in creating their security project RFP. Once their information is ready, they may use the free online tool to immediately distribute their RFP to the industry's leading security consultants.
"Based on my experience as a Chief Security Officer, this tool is invaluable," said Ken Wheatley, MA, CPP, who oversaw corporate security for a Global 50 company for more than 24 years. "Not only does it save time, but it allows decision makers to quickly seek proposals from the best security minds in the world, and because the consultants are not affiliated with any product or service providers, their advice is strictly what’s in the best interest of the client."
The free security RFP distribution tool is available at https://iapsc.org/rfp.
The International Association of Professional Security Consultants, Inc. is the most widely respected and recognized security Association in the industry. Its rigid membership requirements allow potential clients to select from an elite group of professional, ethical and competent security consultants. To locate an IAPSC security consultant, visit our Find a Security Consultant directory at https://iapsc.org/find-a-consultant/ or our free Security Consulting RFP Distribution service at https://iapsc.org/rfp/.
Questions about the tool and the International Association of Professional Security Consultants can be addressed to Alison Corley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-536-0288.