Your last business trip is about to look pretty tame: On Feb. 13, representatives from the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) visited the Executive Office at the White House to deliver an on-site training session to 26 employees specializing in information governance, records management and IT.

The visit—which focused on the essentials of e-discovery—marked a first for ACEDS, which has conducted many live training sessions in the past, but never at the behest of the federal government.

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