Privacy Policy

DEI Equipment is committed to privacy and security for all of our clients. Because we respect your right to privacy, we have developed a Privacy Statement as indicated below.

Personal Information

Under no circumstances do we transfer your email address, telephone number or any other Personally Identifiable Information to any other companies, nor do we collect any personal data revealing racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs. Any information provided during checkout is strictly used to ship orders and to process credit card transactions.

SMS Terms and Conditions: We do not contact or provide information via SMS unless it’s specifically requested by the client. If you request information via SMS, your opt-in mobile phone number will not be shared with third parties/affiliates for marketing/promotional purposes and your personal information will not be shared or sold to third parties for marketing purposes.

Message Frequency: Information requested via SMS are a one-time response and do not repeat or re-occur. DEI Equipment does not have or uses SMS campaigns.

Message and data rates may apply. Carriers are not liable for delayed or undelivered messages. There are two ways you can provide us with and consent to our collection of certain personal information:

E-mail Request – Links throughout our site provide you with the opportunity to contact us via e-mail to ask questions, request information and materials, or provide comments and suggestions. You may also be offered the opportunity to have one of our Sales Representatives contact you personally to provide additional information about our products or services. To do so, we may request additional personal information from you, such as your name and telephone number, to help us satisfy your request.

Enrollment – You may choose to enroll for one of our products or services where we will request certain information from you. Depending on the type of product or service that you request, you may be asked to provide different personal information. For certain products and services, we may require your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and credit card number. Other products and services may require different or supplemental information from you in order to apply.

Statistical Information About Your Visit

Information obtained while visiting our site does not identify you personally, but rather records information about a visit to our site. We may monitor statistics such as how many people visit our site, which pages people visit, and which browsers people use. We use these statistics about your visit to help us improve the performance of our web site and over all user experience.

Data Governance Policy


This Data Governance Policy outlines the principles, guidelines, and responsibilities for managing and governing data within DEI Design, Inc.. Data governance is essential to ensure the integrity, availability, and confidentiality of data, as well as to comply with legal, regulatory, and contractual obligations. This policy applies to all employees, contractors, and third parties who access or handle data on behalf of DEI Design, Inc..


The primary objectives of this Data Governance Policy are as follows:

2.1. Data Quality: Ensure the accuracy, completeness, consistency, and reliability of data throughout its lifecycle.

2.2. Data Privacy and Security: Safeguard data from unauthorized access, loss, or disclosure and comply with applicable privacy laws and regulations.

2.3. Data Access and Usage: Establish guidelines for appropriate data access, sharing, and usage to support business processes while respecting privacy and confidentiality.

2.4. Compliance: Comply with relevant legal, regulatory, and contractual requirements related to data governance, privacy, and security.

2.5. Accountability: Assign clear roles and responsibilities for data governance activities and ensure accountability at all levels.

Data Governance Framework

3.1. Data Ownership: Define data owners responsible for the accuracy, integrity, and protection of specific data sets.

3.2. Data Stewardship: Designate data stewards who manage data assets, including data quality, classification, and access controls.

3.3. Data Classification: Establish a data classification framework to categorize data based on its sensitivity, criticality, and regulatory requirements.

3.4. Data Lifecycle Management: Implement processes for the collection, storage, retention, and disposal of data, ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory obligations.

3.5. Data Privacy and Security: Enforce appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect data from unauthorized access, alteration, loss, or disclosure.

3.6. Data Access and Usage: Define access controls, roles, and responsibilities to ensure appropriate data access based on job roles, least privilege principle, and business requirements.

3.7. Data Quality Management: Establish processes and procedures to measure, monitor, and improve data quality across the organization.

3.8. Data Governance Committee: Establish a Data Governance Committee consisting of key stakeholders to oversee the implementation and effectiveness of the data governance program.

Roles and Responsibilities

4.1. Data Owners: Data owners are accountable for the overall governance, quality, and protection of specific data sets. They ensure compliance with data governance policies and guidelines, define data access controls, and authorize data sharing.

4.2. Data Stewards: Data stewards are responsible for the day-to-day management and maintenance of data assets. They ensure data quality, integrity, and adherence to data governance policies and procedures.

4.3. Data Users: Data users are responsible for utilizing data in accordance with data access and usage policies. They must handle data securely, respect privacy and confidentiality requirements, and report any data-related incidents or breaches.

4.4. IT Department: The IT department is responsible for implementing and maintaining technical controls to protect data, managing data storage and backups, and ensuring compliance with data governance policies.

4.5. Data Governance Committee: The Data Governance Committee oversees the development, implementation, and enforcement of data governance policies and provides guidance on data-related matters.

Training and Awareness

Regular training and awareness programs will be conducted to educate employees, contractors, and third parties about their responsibilities regarding data governance, privacy, and security. These programs will cover topics such as data handling, data protection, privacy laws, and reporting data incidents or breaches.

Monitoring and Enforcement

Regular audits, assessments, and monitoring activities will be conducted to ensure compliance with this Data Governance Policy. Non-compliance may result in disciplinary action.