USIS Names Tim Earnshaw 2011 Top Investigator

US Investigations Services named Tim Earnshaw the company’s top investigator in 2011, the Altegrity subsidiary announced Wednesday.

The Falls Church, Va.-based background investigations provider said he developed a training program focusing on timeliness requirements for background investigations required under government contracts.

The company credited him with having the top-ranked metrics for fiscal year 2011 and for mentoring other investigators.

He works in the company’s eastern business unit for investigative services, based in the New York district.

More than 2,300 full-time field investigators were eligible for the award.

The company provides background investigations to the Office of Personnel Management under a $2.5 billion contract.

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