GOVERNMENT

National Test Systems can provide Government Agencies with all their drug testing program requirements while ensuring compliance is met. Government drug testing is often mandated and utilized by many organizations such as, military, police departments, probation and parole, fire departments among others.

 

National Test Systems can help any type of Government organization that requires a drug testing program. We provide all the drug testing needs that are required by Government agencies,  including urine and saliva test kits, instant and laboratory testing and even test kits for drugs like fentanyl and the alcohol metabolite with 80 hour window of detection, EtG.

 

NTS Works With the Following Government Agencies

 

  • Federal Government
  • State Government
  • Municipal Governments
  • Federal Prisons
  • State Prisons
  • Probation and Parole
  • County Jails
  • Detention Centers
  • Child & Family Services
  • Government Contractors

 

Why Do State Government Organizations need drug testing programs?

Most Government agencies are mandated to maintain and perform routine drug testing programs. Government jobs come with great responsibility as they are being paid with Taxpayers money, they need to uphold a standard of a safe and drug free work environment. Some government jobs, especially military, and other high risk jobs, need to make sure that everyone is focused at the tasks at hand which are often complicated or dangerous and ensuring that someone is not jeopardizing the safety or integrity of the organization by using drugs is of utmost importance.

 

 

 Call one of our consultants today to find out more how we can help you manage your drug testing program

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Synthetic CannabinoidsK2 SPICE

First synthesized in 1988 by Clemson University organic chemist John W. Huffman, synthetic cannabinoids were an attempt to target the endocannabinoid receptors in the human body. Essentially, they were attempting to target the cannabinoid receptors in the immune system that are tied up with inflammation, without affecting the receptors in the central nervous system; the central nervous system receptors are tied into the intoxicating effects (most commonly associated with THC, the psychoactive compound in marijuana). In other words, they were hoping to find a medication with the pain-relieving properties of marijuana without the “high”.