Sometimes, the best security you can have is when no one knows about what you’re doing. It’s not by habit or by the nature of deceit that many private industry businesses stay out of public view. The advantage of operating below the radar is an impeccable edge that businesses have when they’re leading the private industry with massive manufacturing.
The security needs of the private sector go well pass the infrastructure we know of in the public world. The private sector of industry within the United States is made up of undisclosed facilities and personnel that others in the public world are trying to infiltrate. The scenario is the premiss for a great James Bond movie, but the reality is very serious and dangerous.
Consolidation And Not One Lost Item
The Keefe Group is among the major manufacturers in the private industry. The agency got its start in 1975 with the U.S. government and has made tremendous headway since. The Keefe Group holds the largest number of U.S. contracts for the private sector of U.S. operations. This agency is able to stand on such a firm business platform because of its safety processes.
The foundation of safety offered by the Keefe Group is in the mastery of a process we call consolidation. In the financial world, it could be disastrous to put all of your hopes in a sole process or method. This differs entirely in the private sector. Consolidation happens when the United States government uses the service of one agency but for all or majority of its needs.
Keeping Track Of The Track Machine
Consolidating in this manner allows the government to keep track of everything in operation, even-though, this process could manage millions of pieces. If these millions of pieces where extended or given to many agencies, then tracking every step and every package would become more difficult. This difficulty is something the U.S. government cannot afford.
The outcome is a simple solution therefore. The agency who benefits is the Keefe Group as it allows the private industry to be consolidated to one shipment option, one factory process and one agency who can be called if things go wrong. This consolidation should also help to explain just how large Keefe’s operation is, for it can service over two million customers weekly.