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Download the AtHoc Mobile App

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Watch below to learn how to install the AtHoc mobile app!

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Download the free AtHoc* app now!

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*Select BlackBerry AtHoc not BlackBerry AtHoc Dynamics.

When registering your app, you can use any of the following email addresses:
1.  Your primary Active Directory (AD) Email – the email address you send from – which can be found on your AD contact card:

a.  Windows Users: In Outlook, double-click on your name in any email.

b.  Mac Users: Search and double-click your own name in the NIH Address Book.

2.  The work email address entered in the NIH Enterprise Directory (NED).

a.  From an NIH computer, visit

b.  Search your own name and use the address in the Email column.

3.  Your personal email address entered in the NED Portal (only if opted-in).

a. Log into the NED Portal at and click Update My Record.

b. Scroll to the bottom and click Edit next to AlertNIH Notifications.

c. If your personal email is in the right-hand box, you can register the app with that email.

d. If your personal email is in the left-hand box, use the arrows to move it, then click Continue and then Submit to save your changes.

Note: If you have no contact information available in the AlertNIH Notifications section, you can find instructions here on how to update your NED profile.

For assistance, please see the Frequently Asked Questions or you may contact your IC Emergency Coordinator or the Division of Emergency Management.