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Bill O’Neill to Head Iron Mountain’s Gov’t Services Unit

Iron Mountain logoBill O’Neill,  a three-decade public sector technology veteran, will join Boston-based storage and information management firm Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM) as vice president and general manager of the company’s government services business unit.

He will head to Iron Mountain as the company pushes to expand the capacity of its  records storage facilities by nearly 1 million cubic feet of space across three new geographic regions for federal agencies, the company said Wednesday.

Iron Mountain has also invested in its Fredericksburg, Va.-based climate-controlled facility that manages records.

O’Neill said the company made these moves to “help federal agencies address the collision of initiatives and looming deadlines that are intersecting around information management, whether it’s the FDCCI Mandate, Open Data Policy or the Records Directive.”

Those facilities are built to comply with the Code of Federal Regulations and standards set by the National Archives.

O’Neill previously served as senior director of Hewlett-Packard‘s (NYSE: HPQ) networking business and also held leadership roles at Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), Nortel and Qwest.

He will be responsible for the company’s efforts to increase its market share in the federal government market for records and information management services.

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