- Text Telephone (TTY)
- Speech to Speech (STS)
- Captioned Telephone (CapTel)
- Video Relay Service (VRS)
- Video Remote Interpreting (VRI)
- Internet Protocol Relay (IP Relay)
- Relay Conference Captioning (RCC)
- Captioned Telephone (IP CapTel)
Where can I use Federal Relay?
Federal Relay is accessible for both domestic and non-domestic locations. For more information where you can use Federal Relay, visit www.federalrelay.us. The Communication Assistant (CA), Video Interpreter (VI), or Captioner will collect what Federal/ Military agency you are either calling from or to. This is required before a call can be initiated.
Who can use Federal Relay?
People who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, blind and low vision, or have speech disability may use Federal Relay Services to access to Federal agencies, agency-sponsored universities and laboratories, as well as when authorized by law or regulation, state and local governments. Federal agencies must provide a Task Order under this contract to access all or select Federal Relay Services. Authorized users are subject to change based on the status of an agency’s Task Order.
Federal Relay Account Manager: Tatyana Mezentseva
Federal Relay Outreach and Marketing: Chanel Gleicher
Task Orders: FederalRelayTaskOrders@sprint.com