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Scott AFB Local Registration Authority Office relocates

In an effort to centralize customer support functions on Scott Air Force Base, the 375th Communications Squadron recently relocated the Local Registration Authority Office—a.k.a. SIPR Token office—from Building P-61 to Building P-10.
In an effort to centralize customer support functions on Scott Air Force Base, the 375th Communications Squadron recently relocated the Local Registration Authority Office—a.k.a. SIPR Token office—from Building P-61 to Building P-10. Courtesy photo

In an effort to centralize customer support functions on Scott Air Force Base, the 375th Communications Squadron recently relocated the Local Registration Authority Office—a.k.a. SIPR Token office—from Building P-61 to Building P-10.

That’s right, the Communications Squadron and Force Support Squadron are now working side-by-side to enhance customer service experience. The goal was to combine Common Access Card and SIPR Token services under one roof and make it a one-stop-shop for base personnel.

For those who did not already know, the base LRA’s core function is to provide classified network access to base users. In addition, they provide several other important services, such as encryption certificates that allow approved base users access to encrypted e-mails on mobile iPhone devices as well as mailbox certificates that allow for sending and receiving encrypted e-mails to organizational e-mail accounts.

LRA office hours are from 9-11 a.m. for walk-ins and 1-3 p.m. for appointments. The office is closed for training every Tuesday morning, but is open for appointments Tuesday afternoons. Scott AFB personnel requiring assistance should contact the LRA Office at 256-5329 or e-mail at alternatetoken2@us.af.mil. They are always more than happy to help and look forward to serving the men and women of Scott AFB.

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