Operating as a business unit within the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), Security Services Group (SSG) provides technical security solutions to those areas of the public sector requiring the highest level of security protection.
Our Vision is:
To develop, deliver and maintain high security electronic and physical solutions to protect both MOD and central government assets.
SSG have proven expertise in the protection of property, assets and people, and some of our valued customers include:
- Next Generation Estate Contracts (NGEC)
- central government departments
- nuclear and chemical sites
- sites and critical national infrastructure vulnerable to terrorist activity
- royal palaces
- the Tower of London and the Crown Jewels
- armed forces in war and transition to war
- parliamentary estates
- UK Border Force
The business delivers against Service Level Agreements (SLAs), Customer Service Agreements (CSAs) and commercial contracts with accredited contractors, and at all times works alongside government security authorities to achieve a joined-up approach to security.
SSG prides itself on being a supplier of a range of technical security solutions meeting client requirements from concept and design, to installation, through life-maintenance and the safe disposal of systems. Our clients are important to us, and we aim to build long-term partnerships with them by offering quality systems and excellent service. As a business within government, SSG will advise the client if expenditure is unnecessary or inappropriate.
All staff receive full training and operate in accordance with DIO’s rigorous health and safety policy.
SSG offers considerable experience, quality systems and security cleared staff with the highest levels of integrity. The customer can have total confidence that the business will deliver the best solution for their security needs.
Find out about Security Services Group services including:
- technical advice
- operational capability and locations
- UK and overseas points of contacts
Contact us by telephone on 01383 648054 or email using the address below.