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The General Services Administration has added Iron Mountain‘s shredding services to the Schedule 36 governmentwide procurement vehicle for office, imaging and document offerings. The company said Wednesday federal customers can seek assistance to dispose of information under the 51-507 special item number for destruction services. “Agencies also have the flexibility to choose either onsite or offsite and one-time or recurring […] More
Iron Mountain has included data center colocation and network services on the company's Schedule 36 contract with the General Services Administration. The additional services are listed under the 51-600 special item number for electronic records management offerings and meant to support government digital transformation efforts, Iron Mountain said Thursday. Michael Lewis, vice president and general manager […] More
Iron Mountain has opened a facility in Suitland, Maryland, that is built to store records for federal customers and comply with National Archives and Records Administration  standards. The company said Monday its new 125,000-square-foot federal records facility is close to Joint Base Andrews and has approximately 1.5 million cubic feet of storage. Michael Lewis, vice president and general manager of […] More
A team of Iron Mountain and Chenega Corp.‘s applied solutions subsidiary has received a five-year contract for offsite records management storage and services to the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Both companies will help BOP manage, transport, digitize, shred and provide special project services for records containing personal, medical and parole information on inmates, Iron Mountain said Thursday. The contract […] More
Iron Mountain has received a potential five-year, $6.7 million contract to store and manage approximately 4.6 million patent files for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The company said Thursday it will capture, pack and transfer all USPTO records from the agency’s current data repository to an Iron Mountain storage facility built to comply with National Archives […] More
Omniplex World Services has purchased Social Intelligence's government solutions business in an effort to gain access to public online data and social media information for use in background investigation process. Omniplex will run the business as its Social Intelligence Government Solutions division and named Steve Lewis, former operations manager at Social Intelligence and a 30-year defense intelligence […] More
Researchers from McAfee Labs and an Intel subsidiary have published a report saying cyberwarfare incidents will escalate in 2013, according to a CNN Money article.  2012 saw the growth of cyber incidents including massive cyberattacks that were ordered against Iran last year and in retaliation, the Iran attacks on U.S. banks and Saudi oil companies. […] More
Iron Mountain has included a suite of information technology asset disposal services in the company’s Schedule 36 contract with the General Services Administration. The company said Tuesday it will offer Secure eWaste and IT Asset Disposition services to help federal customers dispose of outdated technology platforms and devices as they migrate to new systems. GSA Schedule 36 covers document […] More
An Iron Mountain records storage and shredding facility in Illinois has received approval from the National Archives and Records Administration for compliance with federal records storage regulations. The company said Wednesday the Hanover Park facility is its eighth NARA-compliant storage and shredding services operations branch, which brings Iron Mountain’s total compliant storage space to 5.2 million cubic […] More
ExecutiveBiz recently interviewed Karen Knowles, head of SAS’s Federal Government  business unit.  She has shored up SAS’s market share in analytics and business intelligence, and the US’s largest privately-held software company is helping to strengthen cybersecurity at the Naval Cyber Defense Operations Command through intelligent analytics.  Read on to learn how analytics turns mountains of […] More
Q-CTRL, an Australia-based quantum control software company, has raised $25 million in a round of Series B financing led by Airbus Ventures. The latest financing round will enable Q-CTRL to expand its quantum control infrastructure software development initiatives and broaden its presence into quantum sensing-backed data-as-a-service markets, Airbus Ventures said Tuesday. Q-CTRL is working on […] More
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