202102 Mar
Putting the “Govern” Into Information Governance
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However, the use of cloud-based platforms is rising, as Jim Gill just noted in this Ipro blog post here, even for government agencies (in certain cases, at least). State (and province), county, city and other types of governmental agencies don’t have FOIA and FedRAMP to deal with, but they do have other considerations that can be equally challenging. Many state and local jurisdictions may be involved in multi-state or multi-district litigation cases (MSLs or MDLs) against corporations over health issues related to substances such as tobacco (in years past) or opioids (today) which can be a lot of work that may or may not pay off. For these government entities, InfoGov needs and eDiscovery requirements are comparable to any organization, but budgets are tight and cost predictability is paramount. When the results are complete, Ipro will compile them into shareable infographics and videos to give government agencies a benchmark for assessing their current legal processes.

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