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MGI Develops and Delivers Virtual Training on Outbreak Containment for Law Enforcement for Nigeria
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MGI Develops and Delivers Virtual Training on Outbreak Containment for Law Enforcement for The Philippines
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NEC partners with MGI to enhance their security service offerings
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VSBLTY Names MGI President/CEO, Jeff Muller, to Advisory Board
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MGI CEO Jeff Muller speaks about hotel and tourism security in wake of Las Vegas shooting.
 
JAN 15, 2018 7:43 AM EST CBS THIS MORNING
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MGI CEO speaks about security enhancements in Las Vegas hotels and casinos.
MGI pilots the Enhanced Security Through Integrated Technology concept at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

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DOHA, Qatar – Shaping a whole-of-society approach to enhance safety and security at major events has been the focus of international experts at a meeting in Doha.
Interview with MGI CEO Jeff Muller.
The MGI International Services Division supported the United Nations Office of Counterterrorism, the World Health Organization, and the International Atomic Energy Agency in providing Radiological and Nuclear Hazards training to officials from the Republic of Turkiye.
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MGI CEO Moderates the Joint UNOCT/UK CTPN Bioterrorism Exercise. The Exercise Included 60 International Stakeholders from the United Nations, World Health Organization, NATO, INTERPOL, and the European Commission Alongside National Experts and Partners Spanning 10 Countries from Europe, North America and Australasia.
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MGI has Created Twenty Capacity Building Training Courses to Increase Capabilities in Targeted CBRNe/CIP Areas for the UNOCT
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MGI Develops and Delivers Virtual Training on Outbreak Containment for Law Enforcement for Iraq
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MGI CEO Jeff Muller chosen as Independent Reviewer for Counter Terrorism Preparedness Network Report: “Bioterrorism: Applying the Lens of COVID-19."
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