Enterprise Infrastructure Division
The Enterprise Infrastructure Division (EID) is located within the Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, Office of the Chief Information Officer. The Division’s mission is to provide high quality network, radio and credentialing/collaboration services to the Department and its Bureaus and offices.
Enterprise Services Network (ESN)
The Enterprise Services Network provides wide area network services that reach over 2,600 DOI locations throughout the United States and Alaska and provides secure intranet and internet connectivity field personnel located in some of the most remote and inaccessible areas of the country. The Division also operates the Department’s Advanced Security Operations Center (ASOC) which is the Deparments’s frontline for network security monitoring, intrusion detection and prevention, incident response and security coordination with all Bureau security programs.
National Radio and Spectrum Program Management (NRSPMO)
The Division is also home to the National Radio and Spectrum Program Management Office (NRSPMO) which provides services to the Department’s radio user communities. These communities span the gamut from Law Enforcement, Fire, Seismic, Education, etc. The NRSPMO additionally represents the Department’s interest in the management of federal spectrum, processes over 16,000 frequency assignments yearly as well as supporting the Department of State and the Office of Insular Affairs by providing technical support to the Compact of Freely Associated States. At the Denver, CO Center, the NRSPMO maintain a state of the art Radio P-25 testing lab as well as overseeing a 500 Million Dollar multi-agency BPA for the acquisition of P-25 certified radio equipment.
Active Directory (AD) Services
The Division is also responsible for the delivery of Active Directory Root Services for the Department’s Active Directory forest. These services also include providing for credentialing integration with HSPD-12 by actively developing and supporting the DOI Access program. The Division also provides collaboration services through its internal and external SharePoint systems and is actively supporting over 600 collaboration portals for the DOI program communities.