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Schlanger recently returned to public service and will continue to serve on KeyPoint’s board of directors.
KeyPoint provides security-clearance background investigations and screening services for U.S. government agencies, as well as related investigative, compliance monitoring and fraud prevention services. Besides its office in Loveland, the company has locations in New York; Austin, Texas; and Washington, D.C.
Hess has more than 25 years of experience leading operations, IT services and data acquisition, most recently serving as chief operations officer of First Advantage Corp. a provider of background screening, identity and information solutions for employers and housing, and as senior vice president of global operations at LexisNexis Risk Solutions.
“Eric has the unique combination of industry knowledge in the investigation and compliance services market, expertise with complex data analytics, and proven execution skills in delivering mission critical solutions to both commercial and government customers,´ said Schlanger in a media statement. “We are confident that Eric will create a high-performance, customer-focused culture that fosters innovation while maintaining the company’s uncompromising commitment to high-integrity, and that he will shape and execute the company’s growth strategy.”