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Government agencies manage some of the most confidential digital information affecting national security, day-to-day infrastructure maintenance and privacy of citizens. Ensuring data security and destruction of confidential information on digital storage devices can be extremely important during IT asset disposition, especially when equipment holds data involving national defense, contracts, research or planning. An asset disposition plan that adheres to NSA, NIST 800-88 and HMG standards, in addition to local, regional and national environmental regulations are important considerations for most government agencies.

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Industries Served

  • Local, regional and national government agencies
  • Civil agencies
  • Defense agencies and law enforcement
  • National security agencies
  • Government contractors
  • Tax collection agencies
  • Infrastructure agencies

Sims provides:

PII destructionDestruction of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) across a range of digital devices

online portalEfficient and secure reverse supply chain offers full accountability

global solutionLocal, regional, national and global IT asset recovery and IT asset disposition partners

recyclingComplete refurbishment, redeployment, remarketing and recycling services for IT assets

decommissionDecommissioning of data centers and other technology assets

online portalOnline portal for real time asset tracking, reporting and certificates of destruction

Common Equipment and IT Assets Processed by Sims

Did You Know?

  • The U.S. National DNA Index contains over 9,875,100 offender profiles, 1,216,400 arrestee profiles, and 447,300 forensic profiles. As of August 2012, CODIS (Combined DNA Index System)—the software that runs criminal justice DNA databases—has produced over 187,700 hits assisting in more than 180,000 investigations. Source

  • Police officers in the UK share more than 50 million records about members of the public. Source

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