Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP) is a program that authorizes national security and emergency preparedness (NS/EP) organizations to receive priority treatment for vital voice and data circuits or other telecommunications services.
TSP service user organizations may be in the federal, state, local, or tribal governments; critical infrastructure sectors in industry; non-profit organizations that perform critical NS/EP functions; or foreign governments.
There are two primary uses for Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP): one for installing new service and one for restoring existing service.
Frequently asked questions about Telecommunications Service Priority (TSP).
A collection of TSP forms and related reference documents.
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