Immediate access to your data is critical. Today’s organizations have become digital hoarders unable to find the data when they need it.
While managing and tracking a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and e-discovery request is easy, reducing the time to retrieve information related to a request across an enterprise, or simply find information to make a decision, continues to be costly, subjective, and manually intensive. The longer it takes to find information to respond to a data discovery request, the more costly that request becomes.
In FY16 the Department of Defense processed 52,332 simple, complex, and expedited FOIA requests with an average close out time of 19,159 and 49 days respectively. It started the year with 12,469 requests carried over from FY15 and ended the year with 13,681 requests carried over to FY17. This business model is simply not sustainable.
Solution: AATD leverages existing information technology infrastructure and government cloud platforms to deliver a software as a service solution that complies with federal data transparency guidelines and drives down data discovery costs with absolutely no impact on existing IT production platforms.
Benefits: All information is discoverable and FOIA and e-discovery response times and program costs are dramatically reduced.
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Organize content to transition workload to the cloud.
Smart data migration understands what you are moving, why it impacts your organization, and where it should go.
Role Based Access Controls
Ensure the right people have access to the right information at the right time.
Role based access controls provides communities of interest across an organization with the ability to push data and information to support the decision making process.
Proactively identify and secure sensitive upon creation.
The inability to control both access to and distribution of sensitive information is a clear and present danger that exists for all organizations.
Complete Records Management
Declare, store, manage, and destroy documents of record.
Records Management programs provide organization with the ability to manage documents of record in accordance with federal guidelines.