Diplomatic Telecommunications Service Program Office [DTS-PO] Law and Legal Definition
The Diplomatic Telecommunications Service Program Office (DTS-PO) is a part of the U.S. Department of State that enable information sharing for the U.S. government agencies by acquiring and managing global network services.
The DTS-PO provide worldwide telecommunications services in support of U.S. Government missions abroad by ensuring connectivity between foreign posts and the U.S. The mission of the DTS-PO is to deliver world-class network services that are reliable, responsive, and secure, serving the evolving needs of our customers.
Three strategic goals of the DTS-PO are to:
a. advance global network performance;
b. apply effective and efficient business practices; and
c. strengthen a highly qualified workforce.
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