White label SMS service is becoming more popular with both international and domestic users, and DHS plans to introduce it with the help of the White House as well.
The department will send out an SMS stamp with the word “White” next to the SMS number on it.
The stamp will also have a “US Citizenship and Immigration Services” logo, DHS said.
“The SMS Service is a unique way for DHS to communicate with the public about its services,” the agency said in a statement.
“DHS has been using the SMs service for more than a decade, and we’re excited to see it evolve into a global service that includes international, domestic, and local users.”
In addition to sending out a stamp with an “SMS” stamp, DHS will also begin providing the “White Label” service.
The White Label service allows users to make phone calls to designated contacts from the United States or their designated countries.
It can be used by foreign governments, businesses, and others to make calls to U.S. and U.K. numbers, and the service also allows U.I.S., EEA, and CEE countries to make international calls to the United Kingdom and other countries, as well as to international phone numbers in the U.KS.
This service will be available starting in the third quarter of 2019.
In an email, a DHS spokeswoman said, “We’re committed to providing an open, transparent, and secure environment for U.N. staff and U (sic) staff to communicate.”
White Label SMS service will also be available to other agencies in the government.
It was added to the DHS-wide list of options for DHS-owned devices after the agency received requests from various agencies, including the State Department, the Treasury Department, and other agencies.
DHS has received numerous requests for White Label services from agencies around the world.
The DHS spokesperson said the agency has “not received a request to expand the service.”
A DHS spokesperson told Ars that the agency does not require approval from the White house before issuing the stamp, but that it would consider requests that require an approval from DHS if it did.
“This is a global requirement, and that is what we need to be able to do,” the spokesperson said.
The spokesperson did not say how many countries DHS currently allows the service to be used in, but said the DHS is planning to “take additional steps” to expand it internationally.
The official said that DHS will not make the White Label stamp “unofficial” or remove it from the list of devices for use overseas, and said the service is available for “any government or other authorized third party that is using our network.”