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MV selects background checks provider

Posted on October 8, 2012

Private Eyes Inc., a background check and pre-employment screening provider, was awarded a three-year contract to provide background check services to MV Transportation Inc.

MV Transportation provides paratransit, fixed-route, shuttle, and commuter bus transit services, and operates in more than 130 locations, including two Canadian provinces and Saudi Arabia. MV currently has more than 16,000 employees; Private Eyes will provide background checks and pre-employment screening for all future employees.

"For more than 35 years, MV Transportation has provided safe, reliable and affordable transportation services to cities, counties, municipalities and private corporations, and we are proud to be part of MV's dynamic team," said Sandra James, President of Private Eyes.

Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Walnut Creek, Calif., Private Eyes Inc. provides pre-employment screening, background investigation, and employment security solutions for businesses seeking to reduce liability risk in hiring procedures. Clients include high-level Fortune 500 companies.

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