ArkCase Goes Live at DOJ INTERPOL

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VIENNA, Va, December 1, 2021—The Department of Justice INTERPOL Washington, U.S. National Central Bureau has enabled ArkCase’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) solution. ArkCase FOIA will help DOJ INTERPOL streamline their FOIA request process to increase efficiency for the 200 requests it processes, on average, per year. ArkCase FOIA allows DOJ INTERPOL to grow efficiently as their FOIA request demand increases.

ArkCase FOIA met all of DOJ INTERPOL’s needs by providing a single product for request processing to include document review, redaction and approval workflow. Additionally, with the flexibility and extensibility of ArkCase FOIA, DOJ INTERPOL can change and flex with changes to FOIA laws in the government space.

About INTERPOL Washington, U.S. National Central Bureau

A component of the U.S. Department of Justice, INTERPOL Washington is co-managed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. As the designated representative to INTERPOL on behalf of the Attorney General, INTERPOL Washington serves as the national point of contact for all INTERPOL matters, coordinating international investigative efforts among member countries and the more than 18,000 local, state, federal, and tribal law enforcement agencies in the United States.

About ArkCase

ArkCase is a global leader in Open-Source enterprise and case management technology that provides a highly configurable, secure and compliant platform. This platform provides core competencies to modernize an enterprise solution that includes content management, personalized dashboard, AI/ML, predictive analysis, reporting and workflow. By taking advantage of the latest open-source technologies, ArkCase provides a low-code environment that is cost-effective to implement and maintain.

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