New Horizon Security and President J.J. Frazer Featured in Washington Post

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The business section of the Washington Post ran a featured article on New Horizon Security today. The article focuses on President J.J. Frazer’s innate entrepreneur abilities and his commitment to customer service. In particular, the article discusses how Disney Corporation’s customer service and quality control protocols were implemented at New Horizon Security to help grow the business into what it is today. The article is a testament to the Frazer family’s hard work and dedication to the company. To read the article in its entirety, click here. Congratulations Frazer family!


New Horizon Security Services Earns Inc. Magazine Hire Power Award for Job Creation

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New Horizon Security Services, Inc. was honored by Inc. Magazine for creating more than 200 security jobs in the Commonwealth of Virginia over the last 3 years.  The company ranked No. 101 in the inaugural Inc. Hire Power Awards.
New Horizon Security Services Earns Inc. Magazine Hire Power Award for Job Creation.


New Horizon Security Services Climbs Higher on the Inc 5000 List

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2012 Inc 5000 Cover

The 2012 Inc. 5000 Cover

We are proud to announce that we have climbed more than 1000 spots on the Inc. 500|5000 list from No. 2725 in 2011 to No. 1670 in 2012!

Follow the link for more information about this year’s list!

New Horizon Security Services Climbs Higher on the Inc 5000 List.


New Horizon Named One of “12 To Watch” in Virginia

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Summer 2011

“12 to Watch” is a new initiative of the United States Senate Productivity and Quality Award Program for Virginia (Virginia SPQA) aimed to help improve the efficiency and performance of selected Virginia small business to ensure they are reaching their full potential.  As one of the twelve small businesses selected, New Horizon is recognized by the Virginia SPQA Committee and Board of Directors as a firm poised for positive and sustainable job growth in the Commonwealth.

“Being one of the twelve in and of itself is a level of recognition with positive benefits, but the process has broad and potentially positive implications for all applicants,” said Jo Rohr, Chairperson of the Virginia SPQA Board of Directors.  “The ability to adequately address broad performance issues can be critical to business financing and customer success.”

The “12 To Watch” program is offered in partnership with the Virginia Department of Business Assistance, the United States Small Business Administration, the National Federation of Independent Business, Virginia Business Magazine, and the Office of the Virginia Lieutenant Governor.

In his role as Virginia’s Chief Jobs Officer, Lt. Governor Bill Bolling stated, “Small businesses are the backbone of Virginia’s economy.  Almost eighty percent of the people in Virginia are employed by small businesses.  That’s why we are doing everything we can to ensure that Virginia is the best place in America to open and run a small business, and that’s why we are encouraging small businesses across the Commonwealth to participate in Virginia SPQA’s ’12 To Watch’ program.”

New Horizon will complete the Virginia SPQA Discovery Program and receive performance excellence technical assistance at no charge.  The Self-Assessment requires companies to document their approach to:

  • leadership
  • strategic planning
  • customer focus
  • measurement analysis
  • knowledge management
  • human resources focus
  • process management
  • proven results

After completing the Self-Assessment process, New Horizon will be assessed by SPQA evaluators and could potentially receive the SPQA Medallion of Performance Excellence among other recognition awards.  Because this process is closely related to the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, many organizations have used the SPQA program as a stepping-stone for the national award.

“Selection criteria considers among other factors, a small businesses’ position relative to high level requirements of the United States Department of Commerce’s Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence (CPE),” Rohr said.

New Horizon President J.J. Frazer accepting Virginia SPQA recognition.

What is Virginia SPQA?

The United States Senate Productivity and Quality Award Program for Virginia (Virginia SPQA) is the Commonwealth’s premier recognition program for organizational performance excellence. A non-profit organization founded in 1982, Virginia’s program, authorized by the United States Senate, is the longest continuously-running award process of its type in the nation. The Virginia SPQA is charged with administering Virginia’s version of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Virginia SPQA’s performance criteria and core values are adapted from the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award and are used by many top public and private institutions as a proven business model for performance excellence.

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