Using SSIS is it possible to populate two output columns from one input column?

I have a csv flat file full of customer names and addresses. One of the goals of this import process is to clean up addresses. In SQL I have added an additional field called MOD_ADDRESS. This is an exact copy of the ADDRESS field. It will be this field I will be correcting via other scripts. Is possible to populate both the ADDRESS and MOD_ADDRESS fields during the initial import task from the one input column? Since I can map the input column called ADDRESS to only one SQL column, how can I also populate the MOD_ADDRESS column at the same time?
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Raja Jegan RSQL Server DBA & Architect, EE Solution GuideCommented:
Yes, you can use Derived Column Transformation in SSIS and then use Derived Column to add ADDRESS as a new column named MOD_ADDRESS. an example of using Derived Column Transformation below..

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