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With foreign travel, government regulations have remained nebulous. Moreover, as with so many things in industrial security, requirements change dramatically from agency to agency. What may be a vanilla foreign travel questionnaire for the DoD can be a complicated mess in the intelligence community.


ThreatSwitch v100: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

With our latest release, ThreatSwitch restores some sanity to the numerous additional forms that can be required by government customers for foreign travel. Our flagship foreign travel portal still takes your users through the ins-and-outs of reporting travel, but now we've added the ability for administrators to append custom forms directly into the workflow.

For example, if an intelligence agency customer has a form required to be filled out in addition to your standard foreign travel workflow, security managers can upload the form into ThreatSwitch, then choose to include it in the foreign travel workflow. Going forward, when employees submit their foreign travel, they will have the option of completing that additional form.

The key here is flexibility. Whoever your customer is, or whatever your internal processes are, ThreatSwitch's foreign travel can support your needs.

If you'd like to check it out, click the big red schedule a demo button below.

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Danny Solow

Husband. Product guy. Loves your ideas. Yogi that occasionally climbs rocks.

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