Building a NextGen E-discovery Playbook for Public Sector Organizations

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E-Discovery Best Practices

You’ve collaborated with your government colleagues on Microsoft Teams or Skype for Business. You’ve reached out to community members via social media. You may or may not use a government issued device to get work done away from the office. And, you’ve seen the court cases referencing public records requests and missing text messages. As technologies for communication and collaboration continue to grow beyond traditional channels like email and static documents, how should a public sector organization adjust its e-discovery playbook? That’s the question we aim to tackle in this brief guide.