e-RailSafe Program Facilitators Joins National Background Screening Organization

Atlanta, GA December 6, 2006 - The administrators of e-RAILSAFE, an industry-wide safety and security initiative of Class 1 Railroads, has joined the National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS). Atlanta based e-VERIFLE.COM made the announcement about its entry into NAPBS early this morning. NAPBS represents the interest of companies offering employment and background screening.

"The Association is happy to welcome e-VERIFILE.COM," says NAPBS Executive Director Tracy Seabrook. "Each new member helps NAPBS become a stronger organization and a stronger voice of the industry " Seabrook added.

"We are very excited about joining NAPBS", says Ravi Wijesinghe, President and Founder of e-VERIFILE.COM. "As our industry continues to experience explosive growth, NAPBS will undoubtedly play a major role as our industry watch dog and advisor concerning legislative issues, as well as industry specific best practices. e-VERIFILE.COM certainly appreciates the honor of being considered a rising star in the industry and looks forward to working with the association and its membership to implement comprehensive measures in protecting consumer information and our nation's security as a whole." said Wijesinghe.

Founded in 1999, e-VERIFILE.COM works with human resource managers, recruiters, procurement officers, corporate security officers and vendors to streamline their risk assessment and talent management functions. Casino Gaming, Healthcare Staffing, and Retail are just some of the many industries the company has served over the years.

Transportation is also a big focus for the company. e-VERIFILE.COM currently serves some of the nation's largest trucking companies and was recently selected by several U.S. and Canadian Class 1 railroads to develop e-RAILSAFE--an industry wide security and safety initiative that facilitates safety orientation, background screening, credentialing and tracking of railroad contractors and their employees.

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