The USPS picks Veritas Technologies to modernize its data compliance
Veritas Technologies, a provider of multi-cloud data management, announced that the United States Postal Service (USPS) has selected the company to help strengthen its regulatory and litigatory posture by modernizing its data compliance and eDiscovery toolset. The USPS will tap into Veritas Enterprise Vault, Merge1, and the Veritas eDiscovery Platform.
“Veritas has a proud history of supporting many federal agencies. We’re thrilled and confident in our ability to now also provide the US Postal Service and its legal department tools to streamline and expedite its eDiscovery workflow while reducing risk in an increasingly multi-cloud world,” said Kevin Youngquist, vice president for U.S. public sector at Veritas.
Enterprise Vault, Merge1, and eDiscovery Platform will provide the Postal Service with automated data archiving and retention across all its on-premises and cloud-based data sources—including cloud collaboration tools—combined with a powerful engine for conducting large-scale, dataset-driven searches.
The contract award is for three years. Including options, it has the potential to extend to 7 years with a maximum potential value of up to $70 million.
The mission of the USPS is to provide trusted, affordable, and efficient mailing and shipping services to the people of the US.
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