Provisioning of this service is in accordance with the national security directives in support of Command and Control (C2) and crisis management mission functions.
The Multilevel Secure Voice service includes a range of assured services to C2 users and their missions in an environment of a robust and feature rich set of capabilities. This service is provided at major C2 facilities (e.g., the National Military Command Center (NMCC) and Combatant Command (COCOM) headquarters) interconnected through a cryptographically secured network. The service is the core of a DoD Global Secure Voice System (GSVS) during peacetime, crisis and time of conventional war by hosting national-level conferencing and connectivity requirements and providing interoperability with both DoD tactical and strategic communities.
The Multilevel Secure Voice service provides DoD with high-quality secure voice telephone and conferencing services for end-to-end use by DoD authorized users.