Government Practice Group
Human Asset Identification and Recruitment (HAIR)

Government and Military Identification HAIR provides identification and project implementation services for government, military and approved vendor facilities as well as their supporting business, technical and data dissemination and assimilation environments with sensitive and or hardened site designations through HAIR. The facilities supported in HAIR are located within Military, Federal Reservations, Government and approved supporting industry and research environments relevant to the assimilation and dissemination of data.

HAIR was established in 1996 as a compartmented division of Filcro Media Staffing's engineering recruitment group serving government engineering, operations and hardened communication environments.  HAIR functions as a "sole provider" or "sole source" exclusively. 

Through identification and logistic coordination HAIR facilitates: build-out, preparedness, maintenance, management and recovery. Offered is immediate assistance in CONUS and OCONUS for all tactical functions listed.  Project capabilities related to the assimilation, formulation and dissemination of data will be provided on an as need basis to authorized entities. 

Federal and State Network Operations CentersHomeland Security - Staffing of Individual U.S. State and Federal Network Operations Centers
FEMA - Staffing for Emulation of NOC - Build Outs and Civilian Integration
National Guard - GuardNET, DoD/ACTD - Staffing of Voice, Video and Data - Executive Directors
Security - Complete Project and Human Asset Coordination of Media, Communication and Information Facilities
Recovery and Buildout - Fiber, Satellite, Plant, NOC, Headend, RF, MW, Seismic and Acoustic.  Terrestrial distribution and data assimilation for all platforms and systems supported.
Training Systems - Staffing of Interactive Information Centers providing Knowledge Management to store, analyze, and distribute information to ground, sea and air personnel.
Assimilation and Dissemination - Project based - SIGINT, IMINT, MASINT and HUMINT

Government, military, research and authorized corporate United States interests are transparently supported in CONUS and OCONUS. Secure SEIT environments developed to assure confidential identification and schedule compliance offer compartmented level security.  SEIT runs in real time and is available anywhere with simple access to the Internet. An officer or committee in Los Angeles, Vandenberg, Washington DC, Ellsworth, Meade, Guam, Japan, or New York can participate 24/7 in any project regardless of their location, access to traditional documentation, or the geographic location of the project itself.

Government and military media recrutiment Sensitivity to timely interests.  Searches and project based asset coordination when requested can commence anywhere in CONUS with twelve (12) hours notice, and seventy-two (72) hours notice OCONUS. All projects will be verified and cleared within four (4) hours of receipt of security obligations for SIGINT, IMINT, MASINT or HUMINT.

Employees  All employees within the "Government Services Group" must be U.S. Citizens and are subject to pre employment examination(s) to determine qualifications and eligibility for employment. 

Notified S-Candidates  Please indicate your MOS/AOC and branch of military or government agency or where SSBI, NACLC, Q, L or PCL was obtained to expedite your ASCAS processing.  Clearances need to be reestablished for each assignment.  If your clearance has expired, please complete Standard Form 86 (EG) if instructed to do so by your LO.

Employers  All hiring and or asset project clients in the "Government Services Group" must be a U.S. Government entity or approved vendor or agent.  Twelve (12) and seventy-two (72) hour services are limited to national security interests.  Staff originating from CONUS will utilize DTS / SAAM / MSC to transport equipment and personnel.  OCONUS with LPI/LPE will utilize TBGTA or trans approved by your LO.

Contractors  Previously granted Confidential clearances will no longer be valid for access to any classified information pertaining to personnel.  Contractor granted Confidential clearances in effect under previous policy are not valid for access to: Restricted Data; Formerly Restricted Data; COMSEC information; Sensitive Compartmented Information; NATO information; Critical or Controlled Nuclear Weapon Security positions; and classified foreign government information.  You must reestablish clearance for each project


Officer in Charge
Government Practices Group

Phone: 212-599-0909 ext. 215 - Not secure - Upon request STU
Fax: 212-599-1023 - Not secure
E-mail: key available - .mil /.gov