US Attorney’s Office Looking to Simplify Data, Identity Mgmt Procedures

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The U.S. Attorney’s Office within the Department of Justice is prioritizing efforts to improve the handling of large datasets and ensuring their security throughout the litigation process, Federal News Network reported Tuesday.

Greg Hall, chief information security officer at the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, told the publication that his office is also focusing on identity governance and administration systems that encompass a range of processes such as logging, analytics, credentials management and accounts issuance.

He added that the department intends to partner with industry and leverage commercial cloud technologies to simplify its data processing operations.

“It will provide a capability to manage our documents more effectively. It will provide workflows, editing, etc. We’ve been a big advocate for it, particularly with regards to the litigation capabilities, and I think you’ll see more of that,” he noted.

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