Can the Federal Protective Service meet new demands for heightened security?
from The Washington Post
When Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson heightened security at federal buildings, he turned to a little-known law enforcement agency that describes itself as an elite protector of federal facilities nationwide. But the Federal Protective Service has had its share of problems in recent years, and a series of government audits raises questions about whether the agency is fully prepared for any new threats that arise. The reports say the agency has failed to properly train and oversee many of the thousands of contract security guards who stand post at more than 9,500 federal facilities.
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