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HAYSTACKID Registers with the US State Department, and Certifies ITAR Compliance

August 7, 2014

New York, New York (PRWEB) August 07, 2014

Haystack Information Discovery ("HAYSTACKID"), a leading provider of risk management and end-to-end technology-driven litigation preparedness and eDiscovery services, announced today that the company has registered with the United States State Department, Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls for ITAR compliance. ("ITAR"), the International Trade in Arms Regulations (ITAR Part 222), is a body of law that requires importers and exporters of sensitive materials to register with the United States Government.

"HAYSTACKID is committed to following the law of the land in the service of our clients. We submit to the same rigorous scrutiny that our clients must, whether they are importing isotopes for medical advancement, needing to collect data that includes sensitive schematics, or otherwise working internationally within the broad scope of ITAR." said Jefferey Stevens, Chief Technology Officer.

About Haystack Information Discovery:

Haystack Information Discovery ("HAYSTACKID") provides corporate customers and their counsel with low-cost predictability options that allow accurate budgeting and forecasting of their discovery expenses without the additional cost of software, hardware, or implementation fees. With offices across the world and processing centers throughout the United States, HAYSTACKID is ready and able to handle your largest case, and save your organization a tremendous amount of time and money.

HAYSTACKID is headquartered in New York City with offices in Boston, Chicago, Denver, San Diego, San Francisco and Paris, France.

Continue to visit us at or call 1.877.9HAYSTACK (877.942.9782)



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