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Aaron Levie: Box to Help Justice Department Employees Manage Data

Aaron Levie
Aaron Levie

Box (NYSE: BOX) has been awarded a contract of undisclosed terms to operate the Justice Department’s file sharing and information management system for employees.

The company will work to facilitate collaboration between DOJ component agencies and third party organizations, provide mobile and offline content access to employees and remove fragmented content and document management tools, Box said Wednesday.

“We are thrilled to support the DOJ’s technology efforts, helping to transform the way they manage and share information, ” said Aaron Levie, co-founder and CEO at Box.

“There is an increasing need to securely connect and enable processes across agencies and jurisdictions as well as to connect government employees with their data, content, and stakeholders, ” added Levie.

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