E-discovery is typically considered a niche area within the practice of law. But at its core, e-discovery is just the science of finding the proverbial data “needle” in increasingly large sets of information. In the modern landscape, organizations are not only concerned with finding relevant data, but finding it fast.

This charge, however, is sometimes difficult to accomplish on a government budget. While corporations are technologically capable of flying through data, many government agencies lag behind.

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