Employees can visit the "DIA Leadership Updates" Intelshare page on Intellink.gov for critical workforce updates, messages from DIA leadership, training and career development resources. ​The Intelshare page is Common Access Card-enabled. Guidance on accessing information from a home computer using a CAC reader is detailed below.

How to Access DoDIIS Webmail on your Personal Computer

CAC Reader guidance:

Review the following guidance to access DoDIIS Webmail (NIPRNet) unclassified email from a home computer:

1. Connect CAC readers to your home computers. Windows 10 and MacOS Catalina, or higher operating systems, should be automatically identified and configured. Most users have success using a Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser to access DoDIIS webmail.

If employees choose to purchase their own CAC reader, an approved version can be purchased from Litronic Security Solutions:
• Product ID: Netsign 215 Reader.
• Product Description: High Speed USB Smart Card Reader (CAC Compliant).
• Website: http://www.litronic.com/netsign215.html.
• This will be a personal expense, and is not reimbursable.

2. Review instructions on how to install a Department of Defense CAC reader on your personal computer and access DoDIIS unclassified webmail below.

3. When using DoDIIS unclassified webmail on your home computer:
• You may not save any files to your home computer.
• You can only send DoDIIS webmail emails containing For Official Use Only, Controlled Unclassified Information, or Personally Identifiable Information to .mil or .gov addresses.

For questions regarding this guidance, contact the DIA Service Desk at 202-231-8000.

DIA Employee Hotline
DIA employees can call 833-982-2327 to obtain details regarding DIA's operating status, the DIA Leadership Updates Intelshare page, and other information.


Did you get that AtHoc alert? Self-Register TODAY!

AtHoc, DIA’s Alert Notification System, is used to rapidly and effectively alert Agency personnel of critical information, such as command messages, emergency situations, incidents that impact accountability, and weather events that affect duty locations. Alerting the workforce of an ongoing or anticipated impact is a critical component in ensuring situational awareness, safety and resiliency.

AtHoc's official phone number is 202-231-0922. All AtHoc emails will appear as “DIA Alerting System.” It is highly recommended to store this information as a saved contact on registered mobile phones, work phones and personal emails to ensure all AtHoc messaging is received on designated devices.

As an active NIPRNet user, you are automatically registered to receive AtHoc alerts via your DoDIIS NIPRNet email. Interested in receiving alert notifications on your personal devices via mobile phone, personal email or SMS/Text message? Visit and review AtHoc's Desktop and Mobile App Instructions.

For additional information, questions or comments concerning operational access, call the Enterprise Service Operations Center at 202-231-8000.


Military OneSource connects employees to programs, services and products developed for military life. Service members, their families, veterans and the entire military community have access to Military OneSource resources anywhere in the world, at no cost. Services include:

• Tax services.
• Spouse employment help.
• Webinars and online training.
• Relocation and deployment tools.
• A wide range of individualized consultations, coaching and non-medical counseling.
• Much more.

A dedicated section is available on Military OneSource to keep service members and their families informed about the impacts of COVID-19 on the military community. Military OneSource offers non-medical counseling video sessions for children and youth who may feel overwhelmed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Services are available by phone and online. Connect with Military OneSource 24/7 by calling 800-342-9647. For employees located outside the continental United States, review calling options.