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DISA Offers 4 Enterprise Voice Service Options for DoD System Users

The Defense Information Systems Agency is offering four service options to support the Defense Department‘s voice communication needs.

These options under the Enterprise Voice Services Program are part of the DoD chief information officer’s effort to replace Defense Information Systems Network legacy systems with new internet protocol technologies, DISA said Thursday.

The Enterprise Voice over Internet Protocol and Enterprise Classified Voice over Internet Protocol options are made to serve as platforms for unclassified and classified voice exchange across the DoD and its partners.

These services make use of the Non-classified IP Router Network and the Secret IP Router Network.

The Enterprise Audio Conferencing option is geared to provide audio conference service without the need for reservations.

Lastly, the Voice Internet Service Provider option uses an NIPRNet connection to provide commercial phone services encompassing local, long distance, international, emergency, inbound and outbound calls.

Marie Sakowicz, program manager for the Enterprise Voice Services, discussed each option at the 2018 Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium.

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