Diplomatic Security is the security and law enforcement arm of the United States Department of State. And is the world leader in international investigations, threat analysis, cyber security, counterterrorism, security technology, and protection of people, property, and information.
We provide uniforms to 10,000 employees and local guards in all foreign embassies and posts, and security equipment, protective gear, and training supplies in support of anti-terrorism missions in high threat areas around the world.
Our 3PL and management support services include product research and recommendation, sourcing, vendor management, catalog management, procurement, inspection, kitting, customizations, warehousing, and CONUS/OCONUS logistics and freight management.
Luxul Technology is the pioneer in plug and play LED tube-lamp technology, which allows users to simply remove a fluorescent tube from a lighting fixture and replace it with a their LED tube lamp and start saving 40-50% on their electricity bill instantly, with no rewiring, ballasts changes, or need for expensive licensed electricians.
In addition to assembly and testing of the LED T8-4FT lamps, we are Luxul’s United States distribution center, providing 10,000 square feet of warehouse space, inventory management , order fulfillment, and returns processing services.
All orders are now entered and administered in Luxul’s offices in Taiwan. Our warehouse management system is integrated with their order processing software, providing same day shipping and a seamless customer service experience for their customers.
The mission of Africa Contingency Operations Training & Assistance (ACOTA) is to enhance the capacities and capabilities of its African Partner Countries, regional institutions, and the continent’s peacekeeping resources as a whole so that they can plan for, train, deploy, and sustain sufficient quantities of professionally competent peacekeepers to meet conflict transformation requirements with minimal non-African assistance.
We provide uniforms, security equipment, and training materials as part of our AbilityOne supply chain management support service. ACOTA has saved hundreds of thousands of dollars annually by using our procurement team to research vendors and assemble cost-effective 3PL solutions which meet or exceed their requirements for cost and delivery.
Part of the U.S. Department of State’s Antiterrorism Assistance (ATA) program, the Special Program for Embassy Augmentation and Response (SPEAR) provides training to foreign governments around the world to enhance U.S. embassy security.
We provide supply chain management services, with an emphasis on vendor management, procurement, catalog management, and kitting for each course.
No two courses are ever the same and their schedules are generally not known in advance, so we’ve work closely with SPEAR to develop and maintain a catalog of “standardized” training materials, while using our procurement expertise and extensive network of manufacturers to obtain items unique to each class- everything from simulated suicide vests to multiple casualty simulation kits to inert improvised soda bottle grenades.
New York State Industries for the Disabled (NYSID) is a not-for-profit membership organization which administers the Preferred Source program for the largest state-use program in the United States. Human Technologies holds the most products contracts of all member companies in New York.
We provide sewing, embroidery, screen printing, and 3PL management services for a number of numerous state agencies, including the Department of Correction and Community Supervision (DOCCS), New York State Police (NYSP), Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), State University of New York (SUNY).
Every year we produce and deliver 42,000 pairs of boots and 34,400 pieces of outerwear and accessories for the DOCCS, 13,800 jackets, shirts, and sweaters for the NYPD and NYC Police Department, and over 30,000 embroidered and screen printed shirts, raincoats, sweaters, and ball caps for other state agencies.