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Ten Tips to Respond to RFPs and Still Keep Your Sanity

So it looks like this bid could be a "Go". Seasoned RFPers – you know who you are, with spare ink cartridges and snacks in your desk drawer – skip down to Sanity Saver #3. Novices: you've just received your first sanity saving tip: you can work and plan as hard as humanly possible and still some RFPs will have you at your desk at midnight. Some last minute pricing revisions will get handwritten, then inserted on the mad-dash drive to deliver on time.

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Army to hire 3,000 Security Guards Eliminating Private Security Contractors

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - The Army is converting approximately 2,500 installation access control point security guard positions from contractor to federal employee status at nearly 50 stateside locations. Overall, Installation Management Command will be announcing 3,076 openings for guards that will be needed at every garrison, except those aligned under Base Realignment and Closure or those transitioning to joint bases where another service is the lead agency.

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Canada based ASAP Secured Joins National Security Alliance

DAYTON, OH— Milton, Ontario, Canada based ASAP Secured has been accepted as a partner member company of the National Security Alliance.

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Select U. S. Security Companies Form National Security Alliance

DAYTON, OH— Twelve highly regarded and privately held regional contract security companies announce a recently formed coalition to be known as the National Security Alliance.

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Building Market Share In Troubled Times

Factor in a current struggling economy, an upcoming change in the political climate and the country’s uncertain economic growth, and you have a volatile cocktail that does not bode well for corporate growth in the near future.

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These jobs are the definition of security

Gary Kuty of Kuty & Associates was quoted in an article recently published in the Dallas Morning News online. The article discusses the career opportunities available in the security industry.

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Marketing Your Brand - Branding Your Marketing

The Fall 2008 edition of Observed and Reported, the widely read publication for CALSAGA has featured in its Advice section an article written by Gary H. Kuty titled "Marketing Your Brand - Branding Your Marketing". The article addresses marketing and branding issues in the contract security profession and ways that security service providers can improve their marketing efforts and increase market share in this highly competitive environment. For this and other information, visit the CALSAGA web site.

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Gary H. Kuty Jr. joins the staff of Kuty & Associates, LLC.

We are pleased to announce that Gary H. Kuty Jr. has joined the staff of Kuty & Associates, LLC. Gary Jr. will serve in the capacity of Director of Marketing & Sales and will initially concentrate on the electronic media end of the business. Gary Jr. will graduate from The Ohio State University in August of this year with a Bachelors Degree in Marketing. We are pleased to have Gary Jr. on board and look forward to working with him while he finishes his degree requirements.

 

 


Kuty & Associates Now Accepts Online Payments

Kuty & Associates is pleased to announce online payments for services. Many of our customers have requested the ability to use a credit card over checks to pay invoices for services rendered and it's not hard to understand why.

  • Convenience
  • Credit Card Rewards Programs
  • Expedition
  • Online Banking and Fund Transfers

Online payment processing allows customers to buy online, offline, and over mobile devices. PayPal acquired VeriSign® Payment Services. Together, they help many businesses securely accept online payments.

Our Pay Now option is available anytime, anywhere

Learn more about VeriSign® and PayPal.

To learn how Kuty & Associates can set up credit card payments via your company web site please contact us at gary@kutyassociates.com.


Kuty & Associates, LLC Opens Western Regional Office in Las Vegas

In November of 2005 Kuty & Associates, LLC enjoyed its first expansion of this business. We opened an office in the western United States to better serve our clients located there. The office is located at 101 E. Warm Springs Road, Las Vegas, Nevada 89119. The general e-mail address remains the same, gary@kutyassociates.com. According to Gary Kuty, "providing our clients and prospects with cost effective services and support is vital in today's business climate. We feel this additional office location will assist us in that endeavor as well as strategically place the agency in an emerging market that will enhance our growth." The Las Vegas office will specialize solely in management, marketing, and sales consulting & support to security agencies. Plans call for a third location to be opened on the east coast in late 2007or early 2008.


Can The Low Bid Mentality be Beat?

The January 2004 edition of Security Management magazine, the highly touted publication for ASIS international has featured in its Viewpoint section an article written by Gary H. Kuty titled “Can The Low-Bid Mentality be Beat?” The article addresses quality issues in the contract security profession and how guard service providers need to educate end users and push for standards if they want to improve the industry's performance and profitability. For this and other information, visit the Security Management web site. Read the entire article...


Your First and Most Important Investigation

The January/February 2004 edition of PI Magazine has published an article authored by Gary titled: “Your first and Most Important Investigation” which outlines the most common mistakes agency owners make when starting a new PI business and how a little preliminary research could be beneficial. You can order a free copy of this edition or subscribe by going online to their web site at PI Magazine.


Business owners have no reason to smile over digital camera phones

Gary H. Kuty is featured in the IN DEPTH: LAW section of the print edition March 26, 2004 of the Baltimore Business Journal with an article he authored, “Business owners have no reason to smile over digital camera phones. These camera phones can be used to violate the privacy of your employees." For the complete online article, visit http://baltimore.bizjournals.com/.


Dealing with dilemma of new digital devices

Gary H. Kuty is featured in the Focus on: Law section of the January 16, 2004 Dayton Business Journal with an article he authored, “Dealing with dilemma of new digital devices” regarding the threat employers may face by allowing use of digital camera cell phones on their property. The article outlines what threats may exist, how to determine the level of threat at a facility and actions business can take to reduce the impact of such a threat. The Dayton Business Journal is the leading business publication for the greater Dayton metropolitan area. For information on how to subscribe to the DBJ visit their web site at http://dayton.bizjournals.com/dayton/


Concealed-Carry - (as reported by www.ohioccw.org) Gun bill deal set;
Taft on board

Qualified Ohioans should be able to carry concealed handguns by summer. In a historic breakthrough, state legislators and Gov. Bob Taft reached a tentative agreement yesterday on the long-stalled proposal. The measure would allow disclosure of the names of permits to carry concealed handguns. Read the entire article...

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