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48 Chapter3·BridgingtheGapsbetweenInformationManagementandE-discovery highly regulated organizations, such as those governed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). For less highly regulated organizations, a hybrid approach to archiving is commonly applied. Executive or other high-risk employee e-mail would be captured through the journal while the remainder of the organization would be subject to an age-, quote-, or content-driven policy. Managing In addition to corporate retention policies, legal and regulatory requirements exist that require the management and preservation of electronic documents and records. These policies can be driven by specific industry requirements, such as those put forth by the SEC and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), or by broader directives like The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). The consistent and routine collection of information into the archive enables more effective information management. Discovering As a centralized repository of indexed content, archiving solutions can be leveraged to support early case assessments through search, analysis, and review capabilities. When litigation is anticipated, these solutions offer a legal hold function to suspend retention policies for a specific dataset. Information that must be transferred outside of the archive to litigation support providers, review applications, and third parties can be exported in native format, as load files, and in some cases through a direct