Welcome to ISIS!

ISIS provides worldwide security, intelligence, technology and training to government and private enterprises.

ISIS is strategically positioned across the globe, with a highly credentialed managment team and personnel. We have a superlative track record for delivering exceptional service and support to the most demanding of clients in the most challenging of circumstances.

ISIS has earned a stellar reputation with some of the most respected companies in the world. Our customers have included various branches of the Department of Defence, State Department and national security agencies, as well as the most highly regarded government contractors in the aerospace, defence, information technology and security industries.

ISIS Career Opportunities
Military Intelligence Professionals All Specialties
Instructors, Training Developers, Subject Matter Experts
Certified Information Technology Professionals All Specialties
NORTHCOM, NORAD, Joint, Combined and Air Force Staff Experience
Experience in all directorates, exercise planners, special operations

Janice A. Walter - President
Ronald L. Walter, CPCM - Executive Vice President
Daniel A. Bieger - Vice President, Operations

ISIS Client List:

US Army Intelligence Center & Fort Huachuca (USAIC & FH)
Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Instructors
111th Military Intelligence Brigade
US Army Intelligence Center & Fort Huachuca (USAIC & FH)
GSA MOBIS Schedule 874
Futures Directorate
U.S. Government
GSA Schedule 70
Rapid Response Third Generation (R23G)
Army Communications – Electronics Command (CECOM)
Lockheed Martin
Solutions for Information Technology Enterprise (Site)
Defense Intelligence Agency
US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)
TRADOC Mission Support
US Army Intelligence Center (USAIC) – Futures Directorate
General Dynamics
Warfighter Focus
US Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO-STRI)
Lockheed Martin
North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) / US Northern Command (NORTHCOM)
General Dynamics
160th Signal Brigade Augmentation
US Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM)
Sensor Technologies, Inc.
Strategic Sourcing Services (S3)
ARMY Communications – Electronics Command (CECOM)
Iraqi Voting Legislator
Personal Protective Services
Iraq Coalition for Peace
BSOM – Wintara Corporation
Afghanistan Personal Security Detail – Site Security
United States Corps of Engineers
Multi National Forces – Iraq
Theatre Wide Security Services
Department of Defense
Minister of Interior
Personal Security Detail

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
U.S. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Embassy
Caci, Inc.

CACI International Inc. recently announced a prime contract with a ceiling value of $452 million, in order to continue providing mission support services to the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) under the GENESIS III contract.

Federal judge considers Abu Ghraib torture lawsuit
A federal judge said Friday he would consider whether to dismiss a lawsuit against the military contractor alleged to have orchestrated torture of detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq because of a legal doctrine that prevents him from second-guessing military decisions.
The lawsuit, filed by four Iraqis who were held at Abu Ghraib, alleges that CACI employees ordered military police officers to deprive detainees of sleep, repeatedly beat them and subject them to an array of other horrors that were uncovered after the release of photos from the prison.

Abu Ghraib lawsuits against CACI, Titan (now L-3)
On 9 June 2004, a group of 256 Iraqis sued CACI International and Titan Corporation (now L-3 Services, part of L-3 Communications) in US federal court.  The plaintiffs, former prisoners, allege that the companies directed and participated in torture, war crimes, crimes against humanity, sexual assault, as well as cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment at Abu Ghraib prison. 

AP Photo/John Moore
Abu Ghraib suit against contractor CACI is reinstated
A federal appeals court has reinstated a lawsuit against Arlington-based defense contractor CACI International that accuses the company’s employees of conspiring with the U.S. military to torture detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

ISIS leader says US prisons in Iraq led to creation of terrorist organization  
A leading member of the Islamic State has revealed the group could never have been formed without the help of the US. American prison camps in Iraq gave the Islamists the perfect opportunity to meet and plan their eventual rise to power.
Hundreds of prisoners escaped from Abu Ghraib last year when nearby Fallujah fell under the control of the Islamic State. An attack on Abu Ghraib and Taji prisons freed more than 500 prisoners.

Isis: the inside story 
As Isis has rampaged through the region, it has been led by men who spent time in US detention centres during the American occupation of Iraq – in addition to Bucca, the US also ran Camp Cropper, near Baghdad airport, and, for an ill-fated 18 months early in the war, Abu Ghraib prison on the capital’s western outskirts.











ISIS: Military Contractors’ “Gravy Train” To Profits

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