Providing Security by Developing Partnerships
As the Director of Site Security at the George W. Bush Presidential Center, you can imagine that Captain Neil Shaw knows a lot about both partnerships and providing security.
Have you ever wondered about the role of a government contract company when preparing for the arrival of five presidents? OK, so maybe it’s not something you actively ponder on a daily basis, but if you consider your own daily, personal or professional security challenges, how would you even begin to provide security for all five living presidents?
Well, that’s a challenge Captain Shaw knows first-hand. After all, the George W. Bush Presidential Center was dedicated shortly after the Boston Marathon bombing, raising concerns for the security of everyone, and particularly the five living presidents, all participating in the dedication.
Hear him discuss this and the unique partnerships, challenges and communications needed to provide protection to thousands of daily guests as well as federal employees during his keynote presentation at GovSec West on Wednesday, November 20 at 9:00 AM.
This keynote presentation is open to all GovSec West attendees, but seating is limited so be sure to arrive at the Gaylord Texan early to get your seat.
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Posted on Nov 06, 2013