SecureScan Named NYSID’s Document Shredding Partner

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New York State Industries for the Disabled Partnership

SecureScan is now the New York State Industries for the disabled (NYSID) Capital region provider of document shredding services in Albany, NY. SecureScan has been providing scanning and document shredding to NYSID customers through the New York State Preferred Source procurement program, established with the NYSID for over 17 years, and is proud to be named as the preferred scanning partner for 2021.

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SecureScan offers a full range of document scanning, on-site shredding, and digital mailroom services to NYSID customers, providing high-quality, ultra-secure digital conversion and storage of documents for our clients. 

SecureScan does this through the New York State Preferred Source procurement program, established with NYSID (New York State Industries for the Disabled, Inc.).

Preferred Source purchasing satisfies government purchasers’ obligation to comply with the New York State Finance Law’s (NYS Finance Law Article 11, Section 162) mandatory requirement to purchase approved goods and services provided by people with disabilities.

NYSIDs’ Members support individuals with disabilities in community rehabilitation programs throughout New York state.  These individuals gain marketable skills on NYSID contracts through productive jobs and fair wages that promote self-esteem and independence, leading to competitive employment.

Northeast Career Planning

In conjunction with the NYS Preferred Source Program, SecureScan has proudly partnered with Northeast Career Planning at Unity House, a permanent placement company and vocational rehabilitation program that provides employment opportunities.

All employees are trained under SecureScan’s one-on-one guidance, with quality control standards in place, to qualify as document conversion specialists.

NYSID jobs for people with disabilities lead to reduced public assistance costs as workers become economically independent and increased government tax revenues from employed vs. dependent individuals.

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