National Security OneSEARCH

Our National Security OneSEARCH provides an instant database search of over 100 national and international lists, including key sources such as the Health and Human Services Department's office of Inspector General Exclusions List, Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Specially Designated Nationals List, Interpol Fugitives List, Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) Most Wanted List, Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Debarment List, Office of the Controller of the Currency's (OCC) Enforcement Actions List, and General Services Administration's (GSA) Excluded Parties List.

What's included?

The included domestic and foreign lists created by agencies such as the FBI and the DEA, include individuals involved in terrorist activities, money laundering, illegal imports, fraud against government agencies, violations of federal banking regulations or that have been debarred, denied, or sanctioned, or are listed on exclusion, most wanted, fugitive, or other government lists.arrow down

What may be reported on a National Security OneSEARCH?

  • Agency where record is located
  • Case or other identifying number
  • Defendant

Do take into account that while our goal is to update our instant database with new counties and new county records regularly, it is possible that a traditional on-premise court house search would provide more up-to-date information and could, for example, show that a criminal record with a pending case status in our instant data base has been recently dismissed.


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Common questions about National Security OneSEARCH

Why do bankruptcy records not show up on a regular federal civil search?

Federal civil records are searched at an appropriate US District Court. Cases are typically related to interstate commerce, violations of civil rights, issues involving the Federal government, financial institutions, and federal regulations. Approximately 93% of federal districts currently have docket records accessible electronically.

Another specific type of civil court records frequently requested is the bankruptcy record. US federal districts handle bankruptcy cases in a separate court. We can carry out a search for any bankruptcy associated with an applicant that is recorded in the specific US District Court that you request. The information returned may include case or file number, date filed, type of bankruptcy (i.e. Chapter 11, Chapter 7, etc.), discharge date, and names listed as petitioners.

The majority of companies carrying out employee background checks focus on criminal court records, for which we offer database searches with either an national or selected state scope, as well as live criminal records searches at the county, state, and federal level.

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