Information and Records Management Services for the Federal Government
For more than 60 years, the federal government has turned to Iron Mountain for information and records management storage services. Iron Mountain’s extensive experience allows federal agencies to free up valuable office and onsite storage space, while receiving unparalleled security, full access to records when needed, and auditable compliance with federal regulations.
What if you could transform the way you exchange information to accomplish America’s business?
As a federal entity, you need to strike a unique balance when it comes to information management. On the one hand, you need to collect, exchange, and analyze large amounts of sensitive information and make it accessible and usable to authorized parties. On the other, you need to ensure the security and integrity of that information.
With Iron Mountain Government Services for federal agencies you can do just that while improving efficiency and reducing costs. Services include full lifecycle information management expertise, practical advice, and industry-leading processes:
- Organize, store, and securely destroy paper records while remaining in compliance with National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) requirements defined in 36 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1234, Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) and agency-specific requirements
- Combine paper files, digital information, and hybrid files in a manner consistent with each agency’s unique needs
- Enable continuity of operations in the unfortunate event of a disaster by organizing and protecting all data—regardless of format, media, or location—with a full suite of backup, recovery, and archival services
- Gain access to tools to organize data for easy access for Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, the Open Government Directive, internal audits, and eDiscovery
You’ll find working with Iron Mountain easy and convenient. Our services are authorized for federal government procurement, and we are on the General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 36: #GS-25F-0066M, Schedule 70: #GS-35F-0526U, Logistics Worldwide (Logworld): #GS-10F-0022X, and NAVSEA's SeaPort-e Program: #N00178-10-D-6116