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The Veritas Advanced eDiscovery: Administration course is designed for customers who perform investigations and collect data for FOIA/GDPR or other state/federal data requests. The course also caters to customers who perform electronic data discovery, review, and production for litigation. The course discusses the configuration and use of Veritas Advanced eDiscovery to help legal professionals discover valuable information as regards a case. It enables you to gain the necessary fundamental and advanced skills that are required to manage and leverage Veritas Advanced eDiscovery features that ensure adherence to company communication policies and regulatory requirements.

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Killexams : Teacher has background in science, belief in Bible

Ron Krestan is 46 years old. He has a bachelor’s degree in science education from Emporia State University, a master’s degree from Kansas State University.

Although he’s certified to teach science courses in public schools in Kansas, he doesn’t believe in evolution. Not for a minute.

Evolution, he said, doesn’t jibe with the Bible so it cannot be true.

“Fundamentally, we believe there is a God and that he has revealed himself in Scripture, both through written word, the Bible, and the living word, Jesus Christ. That is our starting point for everything we believe,” said Krestan, a third-year science, math and Bible teacher at Veritas Christian School, 256 N. Mich.

Ron Krestan instructs Veritas Christian School seniors in his Bible/rhetoric class at the Lawrence school, 256 N. Mich. Krestan is certified to teach science courses in public schools in Kansas but he doesn't believe in evolution.

Krestan, who lives in Ozawkie, personifies the state’s ongoing debate over the teaching of evolution, which, he said, cannot take precedence over belief in God.

“We believe that when God speaks, he is authoritative,” Krestan said. “We also recognize that although we are made in the image of God and we have the ability to know and understand things apart from revelation, all of what we know needs to tie back to what God has revealed.”

Evolution is a flawed theory, he said, because it assumes life on Earth is a consequence of random forces. But in the Bible, Krestan said, the universe has purpose and meaning.

“Revelation makes it clear that this universe is not here by random-chance events,” he said. “It has an origin by a personal creator that has a purpose and is moving toward a goal.”

He added, “That personal creator is God, the God of the Bible.”

Other flaws, according to Krestan:

¢ The Bible says death began with Adam and Eve, but evolution contends that life and death were going on long before man’s presence on Earth.

¢ Under evolution theory, the Earth has been evolving for millions of years. The Bible says God created the universe in six days.

“It is difficult to reconcile the first three chapters in Genesis with evolution,” Krestan said. He called the three chapters “historically accurate accounts.”

In the debate over evolution, Krestan and his boss, Veritas administrator Jeff Barclay, said they differed with conservatives on the State Board of Education on the issue of intelligent design.

After consulting with intelligent design proponents, the state education board is poised to approve science standards for public school teaching that are critical of evolution.

Intelligent design, which critics consider thinly disguised creationism, holds that life’s complexity is evidence it was the work of a designer and not the result of random circumstances.

“We don’t use the term ‘intelligent design,'” Barclay said. “We prefer creationism.”

According to intelligent design, the universe was created by a higher power that may or not have been God.

At Veritas, this higher power is the God in the Bible. He is not a Martian, a Hindu or Buddha.

“Fundamentally there is only one God,” Krestan said. “We have a starting point. We say that ‘God is’ and that God has revealed himself through the written word of the Bible and the living word, Jesus Christ. In that sense, we are very exclusive.”

Other religions, he said, worship false gods.

Though most public schools do not teach intelligent design or creationism, Krestan and Barclay said they’ve not been reluctant to expose Veritas students to evolution theory.

“We are not here to create cookie-cutter Christians,” Barclay said. “We’re here to graduate thinking, lifelong learners.”

Veritas, Barclay said, has welcomed the evolution debate with open arms.

“We use it as a springboard. It’s exciting for us,” he said. “We use it as a real teaching tool. It creates emotion in students. We want them to be able to speak rhetorically. We teach them logic here.

“We don’t want them pounding their fist on the desk and saying, ‘Because God says so!’ We want to know why God says so.”

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Killexams : Private equity firm Veritas amasses $10.7 bln for flagship fund

Veritas Capital said Wednesday it drew in $10.65 billion in commitments for Veritas Capital Fund VIII, its latest flagship fund. The pool was “significantly oversubscribed” with demand exceeding its hard cap and initial target of $8.5 billion, the firm said. The flagship fund comes three years after Veritas Capital Fund VII closed with $6.5 billion in commitments. Veritas CEO and managing partner Ramzi Musallam said the firm plans to pursue “a growing set of opportunities” in healthcare, education, and national security.” Past investments by Veritas include Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company, Coronis Health, Grant Thornton Public Sector, and Chromalloy.

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Killexams : Veritas Capital to Acquire CAES Space Systems

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NEW YORK & COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Veritas Capital (“Veritas”), a leading technology and government investment firm, announced today that an affiliate of Veritas has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire CAES Space Systems (the “Company”), a leading independent provider of high-reliability electronic solutions for space, defense, healthcare and industrial applications, from CAES. Mike Elias, Senior Vice President & Division General Manager, will continue to lead CAES Space Systems, alongside the rest of the leadership team. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Headquartered in Colorado Springs, CAES Space Systems provides radiation hardened components, mission processing, cabling, wave guides, antennas and power management solutions. The Company’s track record of innovation, rich intellectual property portfolio and best-in-class engineering talent has enabled embedded, multi-decade relationships with blue-chip customers. With over 60 years of space flight heritage, CAES Space Systems and its products have had a presence on all historical major U.S. space platforms, with a 100% mission success rate.

“CAES Space Systems is uniquely differentiated by the breadth of its technical capabilities and segment expertise, as well as its long history of delivering critical solutions to customers,” said Ramzi Musallam, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of Veritas. “Operating in space and defense markets supporting national security, CAES Space Systems is well-positioned to thrive as a standalone business under Veritas ownership. We will deploy our significant government technology experience working with Mike Elias and rest of the CAES Space Systems team to accelerate growth and value proposition to customers.”

“Through our focus on innovation and differentiated technology, CAES Space Systems has become the preeminent provider of space-qualified, mission-critical components and solutions,” said Mr. Elias. “We are excited to partner with Veritas, a premier government technology investor that brings deep domain expertise and knowledge of our end markets. I am confident that Veritas is the perfect partner for CAES Space Systems as we enter our next stage of growth.”

The transaction is expected to close in Q1 2023, subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approvals.

Goldman Sachs & Co. LLC and Lazard Frères & Co. LLC are acting as financial advisors to CAES. Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is acting as legal advisor to Veritas in connection with the transaction.

About CAES Space Systems
CAES Space Systems is a provider of high-reliability (hi-rel), radiation-hardened (rad-hard) solutions for space applications. The Company has a complementary and integrated suite of mission-critical space electronics. Key products include rad-hard components, mission processing solutions, custom ASICs, motion control systems, waveguides, antennas, power management solutions, as well as cabling.

About Veritas Capital
Veritas is a longstanding technology investor with over $45 billion of assets under management and a focus on companies operating at the intersection of technology and government. The firm invests in companies that provide critical products, software, and services, primarily technology and technology-enabled solutions, to government and commercial customers worldwide. Veritas seeks to create value by strategically transforming the companies in which it invests through organic and inorganic means.

Leveraging technology to make a positive impact across vitally important areas, such as healthcare, education, and national security, is core to the firm. Veritas is a proud steward of national assets, improving the quality of healthcare while reducing cost, advancing our educational system, and protecting our nation and allies. For more information, visit www.veritascapital.com.

About CAES
CAES is a pioneer of advanced electronics for the most technologically challenging aerospace and defense systems. As the largest provider of mixed-signal and radiation-hardened technology to the United States aerospace and defense industry, CAES delivers high-reliability RF, microwave and millimeter-wave, microelectronic, and digital solutions that enable our customers to ensure a safer, more secure planet. On land, at sea, in the air, in space and in cyberspace, CAES’ extensive electronics and enhanced manufacturing capabilities are at the forefront of mission-critical military innovation. www.caes.com

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Killexams : Veritas Capital Raises $10.65B for 8th Fund; Ramzi Musallam Quoted

Veritas Capital has raised $10.65 billion in capital commitments for its eighth fund to further support its strategy to invest in technology companies that provide critical services and products to government and commercial customers.

The New York-based government investment firm said Wednesday Fund VIII closed within a year and was oversubscribed, surpassing its initial target and hard cap of $8.5 billion.

Ramzi Musallam, CEO and managing partner of Veritas Capital, said the raise of Fund VIII demonstrates the strength of the firm’s strategy, approach and team to advance partnerships with tech companies that deliver products and services to government and industry clients.

We look forward to pursuing a growing set of opportunities and continuing to make a positive impact across critically important areas, including healthcare, education, and national security,” added Musallam, a seven-time Wash100 awardee.

Veritas said Fund VIII will continue to use the private equity firm’s intellectual property and enable portfolio companies to pursue new business opportunities and expand reach into adjacent market segments.

In 2019, Veritas closed its seventh fund with $6.5 billion in capital commitments.

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Killexams : Greenwich school officials say Cos Cob administrator had role in hiring but wasn't the sole decider

Director of Communications Jonathan Supranowitz said assistant principals are never the sole decision maker at any step in the hiring process, but they can be part of hiring committees.

In the video, Boland appears to say he hasn’t hired a conservative teacher yet. Boland, who is currently on administrative leave, does not appear to know he is being recorded in the video clips circulated by media organization Project Veritas.

Boland, who was the program coordinator for physical education prior to becoming assistant principal, was part of some hiring committees in both administrative positions, Supranowitz said.

“For building-level teachers, committees are formed composed of teachers, school administration and the Greenwich Education Association. The committee will make a recommendation, following reference checks, to the human resources department for the final decision with possible inclusion to the superintendent,” he said.

The Project Veritas video quotes Boland as saying: “I’ve developed a set of questions that I use for almost all of my interviews, and it’s all leading them to tell a story.”

Supranowitz said, “There is a trial of possible questions for the committee to use, but each interview is tailored to the position available.”

The district’s chief human resources officer Jonathan Budd, who took the position in July, is “in the middle of” looking at the “human resources aspect,” Superintendent Toni Jones said during a latest well-attended Board of Education meeting.

“We don't actually have any participation in that (investigation). The HR department is managing that aspect,” she said.

Beside the internal district investigation, the town also launched its own inquiry, as did the state Department of Education and the state Attorney General’s Office. 

Jones said was not aware of any contact with the state Department of Education regarding their investigation but the Town of Greenwich is “narrowing down” the options for a firm to investigate.

Board chair Kathleen Stowe, who is part of the town’s Special Operations Committee, said it is a “costly process” to find an outside source to look into the allegations.

Connecticut’s attorney general started its inquiry and met with the district for “several hours,” Jones said. The district had not received a subpoena as of Thursday evening but was expecting one soon with a list of documents to preserve, she said.

“Whenever you are in an investigation such as this, the legal precedents have to take place. People do have due process rights, and it can take weeks and sometimes months,” she said.

The state Attorney General’s Office also reached out to Project Veritas, asking them to “preserve all material potentially relevant to this investigation” in anticipation of issuing subpoenas. Project Veritas, citing protections under shield laws for journalists, told Tong's office that the request “should be retracted immediately.”

The same day Greenwich officials spoke about the investigations during the school board meeting, Project Veritas lost a federal civil case. On Thursday, a jury found the group guilty of violating federal wiretapping laws and misrepresenting itself. Project Veritas said it will appeal.

Editor's note: This story has been updated to correct Project Veritas' response to the investigation by the state Attorney General’s Office.

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Killexams : Veritas Capital hits $10B for existing investment fund

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Killexams : Veritas Capital Closes Eighth Flagship Fund with $10.65 Billion of Commitments

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 12, 2022--

Veritas Capital (“Veritas”), a leading technology and government investment firm, announced today the successful final close of its latest flagship fund, Veritas Capital Fund VIII (“Fund VIII”) with $10.65 billion of aggregate committed capital. Fund VIII was significantly oversubscribed, with demand exceeding its hard cap and initial target of $8.5 billion. Veritas Capital Fund VII closed on $6.5 billion in commitments in 2019.

Since inception, Veritas has identified and driven the transformation of more than 115 companies that provide critical products and services to government-related and leading commercial customers. Consistent with Veritas’ top-performing predecessor funds, Fund VIII will continue leveraging the firm’s proprietary intellectual property and applying its focused, successful playbook that has been in place over the last 25 years. The heart of the strategy is driving strategic and transformational growth across its portfolio companies, allowing them to target larger addressable markets, expand into adjacent market segments, capitalize on new and compelling business opportunities, and making them more valuable in their ecosystems.

“We are grateful to our global base of investors for their continued confidence, and we appreciate additional support from a number of new partners,” said Ramzi Musallam, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of Veritas Capital. “The successful raise of Fund VIII demonstrates the enduring strength of Veritas’ differentiated team, strategy, and approach, enabling partnerships with technology and technology-enabled companies that provide critical products and services to government and commercial customers throughout the world. We look forward to pursuing a growing set of opportunities and continuing to make a positive impact across critically important areas, including healthcare, education, and national security.”

Fund VIII received commitments from a combination of new and existing investors from across the globe, including leading institutions, endowments and foundations, family offices, and pension plans.

Veritas has a robust track record of acquiring companies with significant growth potential, with notable latest investments including Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Company, Coronis Health, Grant Thornton Public Sector, and Chromalloy. The firm consistently ranks among the top-performing private equity fund managers.

About Veritas Capital

Veritas Capital is a longstanding technology investor with over $45 billion of assets under management and a focus on companies operating at the intersection of technology and government. The firm invests in companies that provide critical products, software, and services, primarily technology and technology-enabled solutions, to government and commercial customers worldwide. Veritas seeks to create value by strategically transforming the companies in which it invests through organic and inorganic means. Leveraging technology to make a positive impact across vitally important areas, such as healthcare, education, and national security, is core to the firm. Veritas is a proud steward of national assets, improving the quality of healthcare while reducing cost, advancing our educational system, and protecting our nation and allies. For more information, visit www.veritascapital.com.

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Killexams : Veritas Capital closes eighth buyout fund at $10.7 billion

Veritas Capital closed its eighth flagship fund, Veritas Capital Fund VIII, at $10.7 billion.

The buyout fund was "significantly oversubscribed," as demand exceeded its hard cap and initial target of $8.5 billion, Veritas said in a Wednesday release.

The fund received commitments from a "combination of new and existing investors from across the globe, including leading institutions, endowments and foundations, family offices, and pension plans," the release noted.

Investors in Fund VIII include the $7.2 billion Philadelphia Public Employees Retirement System; the $100.4 billion Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund, Salem; the $24 billion Montana Board of Investments, Helena; the $43.1 billion Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System, Harrisburg; and the $365 million Adams County Retirement Plan, Brighton, Colo.

The prior fund, Veritas Capital Fund VII, closed at $6.5 billion in 2019 and was also significantly oversubscribed, with demand exceeding its hard cap and its initial target of $5 billion, according to a Veritas release dated Oct. 15, 2019.

Veritas Capital has more than $45 billion of assets under management and invests in companies "that provide critical products, software, and services, primarily technology and technology-enabled solutions, to government and commercial customers worldwide," the Wednesday release added.

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Killexams : Veritas Invests in Cloud-Focused Team for International Region

SINGAPORE, Oct. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Veritas, a leader in multi-cloud data management, has announced a significant investment in its go-to-market strategy across its International Region, with the appointment of a new cloud-specialist team focused on Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East and Pacific. Lead by Mark Shephard, International Cloud Sales Leader, and Paul Hollebon, International Cloud Pre-sales Leader, the team of sales and technical-sales certified will support Veritas' new and existing customers as they look to expand their data management provision across new and complex cloud environments and move to Autonomous Data Management.

Andy Ng (Vice President and Managing Director for Asia South and Pacific Region, Veritas)

The new team will include Vic Ciencia and Abhishek Saxena who will be responsible for driving cloud-based activity for Veritas in the Asia South and Pacific region.

Andy Ng, Vice President and Managing Director for Asia South and Pacific Region at Veritas,  said: "The current hybrid working model has been made possible with the adoption of cloud services and use of cloud collaboration tools. However, businesses are playing catch-up with the post-pandemic work practices to manage the soaring volumes of data created across different cloud storage locations. The additional support provided by the new cloud-specialist team would help our customers and partners across the Asia South and Pacific region to optimise cloud footprint and costs, and keep data safe from threats such as ransomware."

Mark Shephard, International Cloud Sales Leader at Veritas, said: "Organisations everywhere have accelerated their adoption of cloud-based collaboration solutions, doubling down on multi-cloud initiatives to meet immediate business demands. This has paved the way for complex hybrid infrastructures that delivered on accessibility, flexibility and scalability but has introduced governance challenges and ballooning costs as data becomes increasingly siloed across environments. Our new cloud-specialist team is here to help Veritas customers address those challenges with a diversity of insights in addressing data management challenges from edge to core to cloud."

Shephard's own experience is built on 25 years as a leader in the IT sector, driving success at companies such as Zscaler, Symantec and Barclays. His most latest role before joining Veritas was at Amazon Web Services, where he led an international team of 40 to support global customers. A Veritas employee earlier in his career, Shephard returns to the company having augmented his significant data management prowess with ten years of cloud experience.

Paul Hollebon, International Cloud Pre-sales Leader at Veritas, said: "Veritas is committed to the path of freeing our customers from the operational burden of data management. Autonomous Data Management, powered by the cloud, will bring value to existing and new customers looking to complement their internal teams' routines with technology that provides an autonomous approach to data protection, secondary data management and archiving across the multi-cloud data estate. Providing coherent technical guidance aligned to a customer's cloud vision is what this team is here to do."

Hollebon joins Veritas from Commvault, where he led the EMEA Field Advisory Services Team, an international group of certified that provided advanced technical presales support for Commvault's largest and most strategic customers in some 20+ countries.

With 20 years' experience in the IT industry, Hollebon has also led pre-sales and specialist teams at Dell EMC in the Netherlands, enabling a breadth of digital transformation initiatives across data management, virtualisation and infrastructure solutions.

The Veritas cloud-specialist team is in place today and supporting customers and partners across the region.

About Veritas

Veritas Technologies is a leader in multi-cloud data management. Over 80,000 customers—including 95% of the Fortune 100–rely on us to help ensure the protection, recoverability, and compliance of their data. Veritas has a reputation for reliability at scale, which delivers the resilience its customers need against the disruptions threatened by cyberattacks, like ransomware. No other vendor is able to match Veritas' ability to execute, with support for 800+ data sources, 100+ operating systems, 1,400+ storage targets, and 60+ clouds through a single, unified approach. Powered by our Cloud Scale Technology, Veritas is delivering today on its strategy for Autonomous Data Management that reduces operational overhead while delivering greater value.  Learn more at www.veritas.com. Follow us on Twitter at @veritastechllc.

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