The U.S. Department of Commerce has selected Learn.com's LearnCenter platform to replace its existing learning management system (LMS) and expand its capability to meet legislative and regulatory training requirements.
by Site Staff
April 3, 2007
Sunrise, Fla. — April 3
After a rigorous, enterprisewide evaluation, the U.S. Department of Commerce has selected Learn.com’s LearnCenter platform to replace its existing learning management system (LMS) and expand its capability to meet legislative and regulatory training requirements, as well as its strategic management and development of human capital commitments.
LearnCenter will be deployed across the entire department to its 38,000 global employees.
The contract was awarded by the Department of Commerce through the Office of Personnel Management (OPM/GoLearn) contract vehicle.
The mission of the Department of Commerce is “to foster, promote and develop the foreign and domestic commerce” of the United States.
This has evolved, as a result of legislative and administrative additions, to encompass broadly the responsibility to foster, serve and promote the nation’s economic development and technological advancement.
The Department of Commerce will use the LearnCenter platform to provide the environment that will enable it to reach higher levels of organizational and management excellence agencywide and ensure competency in leadership and in mission-critical occupations.
Learn.com will launch the Department of Commerce LearnCenter platform to 38,000 global agency employees from 13 bureaus in just 12 weeks, which will be touted as one of the fastest launches of a talent management suite/learning management suite in federal government history.