Are poorly managed keys cutting into your budgets?

From military organizations to municipal governments, every government entity has a limited budget to work with and strict security standards to meet. However, poor key control practices could be driving up expenses and cutting into budgets for things your organization actually needs. When keys are lost, you face:

  • Rekeying costs
  • Stolen or misused vehicles
  • Stolen resident property
  • Base and building lockdowns
  • Security risks
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