Iron Mountain’s secure shredding services have been added to the General Services Administration’s Schedule 36 vehicle.
Iron Mountain’s services comply with various security standards, including a triple-A certification from the National Association for Information Destruction, the company said.
Specific shredding service offerings added to Schedule 36 include both scheduled and purge services offered on- and offsite. In performing secure offsite shredding services, Iron Mountain personnel securely transports materials from the customer site to an Iron Mountain shred facility where all material is destroyed, complete with full chain of custody reporting.
“We are very excited to have our Secure Shredding Services added to the GSA Schedule 36,” said Michael Lewis, vice president and general manager of federal government at Iron Mountain. “These new additions to GSA Schedule 36 provide agencies with industry-leading options for safely, securely, privately and cost-effectively destroying paper-based documents. Agencies also have the flexibility to choose either onsite or offsite, and one-time or recurring services, ensuring they have access to the service or combination of services that best fits their workflow.”
Iron Mountain’s Secure Shredding Services join a host of other Iron Mountain services already provided through GSA Schedule 36, including data center services, which were recently added.