Government Sanctions

Revealing federal sanctions on potential employees

A government sanctions check can identify individuals who have been involved in unlawful actions and prevent the adverse hiring or continued employment of someone who poses a serious threat to an organization. 

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Product Descriptions

An IntelliCorp government sanctions check is an extensive search of government exclusion databases that identify individuals who have been involved in activities such as fraud, terrorism, narcotics trafficking, and those related to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. 

We provide results that contain data from government agencies including, but not limited to, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC), Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), Government Services Agency (GSA), and the Bureau of International Security and Non-proliferation (ISN). 

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Features & Benefits

By performing a government sanctions check on current or potential employees, you can:

  • Avoid relationships with individuals having a history of serious activities posing threats to national security, foreign policy, or the U.S. economy
  • Help safeguard an organization’s assets and reputation
  • Protect the safety, health, and welfare of company employees and the general public
  • Achieve government compliance, which is of the utmost importance in industries such as finance, government, and healthcare

“Our negative experience with a previous background screening provider has made us more keenly aware of our needs; IntelliCorp has satisfied every one of them. ”

-- William P. | Head Recruiter

Packages

Pre-Employment/Volunteer

Whether you are bringing on a volunteer, hiring someone into a large enterprise or a small business, it is important to know who you are hiring.

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Healthcare

In addition to all the traditional hiring concerns that affect all companies, healthcare organization face additional scrutiny and regulation.

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Tenant

Because you want to protect your property and investment, these packages look into your prospective tenant’s past rental and financial history.

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