article Share this article Share “This is a great way for the government to get the information they need from our customers, especially in the middle of a natural disaster,” he said.
“I’m thrilled to be able to use this service, and I look forward to seeing more of the service available in the future.”
The US Department of Homeland Security is planning to launch its Outbound service soon and is offering it as a service to government agencies as well as non-profits and schools.
The service will be available for $3.95 per month, which includes email, voicemail, and instant messaging, according to DHS spokesperson Laura DeYoung.
“The US Department uses the same technology that we use to manage and manage our communications, so this is a significant upgrade for the Department and our government customers,” she said in a statement.
“We’re excited to offer this service and look forward with open eyes to seeing it in action in the coming months.”