Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) announced that DocuShare Records Manager software has been certified as compliant under the U.S. Department of Defense Directive 5015.2 standard. Now available in the United States, DocuShare Records Manager helps customers address increasing industry and government regulations and stricter corporate guidelines for records retention. The DOD 5015.2 defines mandatory requirements for records management offerings and assures data is being stored according to government standards. DocuShare Records Manager software is an optional module for DocuShare, Xerox’s secure, Web-based enterprise content management software. DocuShare Records Manager enables workers throughout an organization to easily classify electronic files as records during any part of a work process, knowing that a qualified records manager will review the classification before the documents officially become records. Xerox also announced the first members of a growing group of global system integrator partners that will help deliver DocuShare Records Manager solutions to customers, including Sitrof Technologies Inc. of New Jersey and Satyam Computer Services Ltd. of India. DocuShare Records Manager pricing starts below $50,000 for a basic installation including Records Manager server software, 10 classifier licenses, five declarer licenses, and one administrator license. Additional licenses may be purchased individually.