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Pitney Bowes opens Federal Litigation Support Center

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Stamford, Conn. – Pitney Bowes Government Solutions, Inc. (PBGS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Pitney Bowes Inc., today announced the opening of the Pitney Bowes Federal Litigation Support Center (FLSC) in downtown Washington, DC, to provide quicker turnaround on litigation support projects to the federal marketplace.

The Pitney Bowes FLSC is capable of processing electronic discovery data to a reviewable format and converting paper documents to digital images.

"Along with our National Processing Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Pitney Bowes provides more than 30 years of intellectual capital and litigation support expertise to our federal government clients," said Elizabeth Trumbull, global managing director, Document Processing Solutions. "Having processed well over 4,000 projects for our clients, we are fully capable of handling matters of any size and complexity."

The Pitney Bowes FLSC offers customers a secure processing environment, including:
- Employee security – all PBGS employees are required to sign non-disclosure agreements and go through extensive background checks.
- Building security – materials belonging to specific clients are segregated within a designated work space to maintain strict privacy and confidentiality. The facility is protected by technologically-advanced monitoring systems.
- Data transfer security – secure File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is utilized for moving client data to and from the facility. Data can also be encrypted.
- Server and application security – the Pitney Bowes FLSC adheres to the Department of Defense Green Book model for security.
- Local capabilities – the Pitney Bowes FLSC specializes in quick-turn task orders involving image capture, OCR, copying, printing and electronic discovery processing services.


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