A large US government agency divided across the USA in 94 districts, tracks, provides, and analyzes data related to the work of geographically separate offices. This involved the development of budget and litigation priorities and regularly releasing national caseload data in response to monthly requests under the Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts.

The agency recently expanded its investment in Nuix thanks to the work by the Nuix development team in keeping up with its file type and workflow requirements. The agency purchased eDiscovery Workstation 2-core licenses as well as maintenance for its existing inventory, taking the total cores for this account to 566. The agency initially selected Nuix to be its processing tool of choice based on the software’s speed, file type flexibility, and features for ingestion and export. Subsequently, it recognized the value of increasing its investment in Nuix technology in order to process its case evidence much more effectively.