DISA Extends Unclassified Mobile Device Capability to All DoD Partners, Agencies

The Defense Information Systems Agency has extended the availability of its unclassified mobile device service to all of the Defense Department’s agencies, partners and operations.

The agency said Wednesday it initially released the DoD Mobility Unclassified Capability exclusively to users of the DoD Enterprise Email service.

The extension of DMUC enables non-DEE users to manage their mobile devices and applications, obtain public key infrastructure credentials and connect to DISA’s service desk support, among other things.

Al Smith, program manager for DMUC, stated that the agency has recently been working with DoD missions partners to connect them to their email environments, as well as to complete their missions through the unclassified mobile device product.

Smith added DISA will continue to quickly distribute DMUC to defense organizations to keep up with new innovations in devices and software.

The service now costs $4.31 from the previous $7.54 per device per month.

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