Box works with DOJ to deliver file sharing

Box is working with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to deliver file sharing and information management to the agency’s workforce.

DOJ will leverage the Box platform across all its component agencies. DOJ awarded Box a contract to securely manage agency information, increasing productivity and improving mission outcomes.

“There is an increasing need to connect and enable processes across agencies and jurisdictions as well as to connect government employees with their data, content, and stakeholders,” said Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO at Box.

DOJ has selected Box to simplify internal and external collaboration between Component agencies and third party organizations; support mobile and offline access to content for employees regardless of location; and reduce complexity of infrastructure by eliminating fragmented content and document management tools.

Box has more than 40 federal government customers including agencies and departments servicing healthcare, military, educational, judicial, legislative and regulatory components of the U.S. Federal Government.

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