NSA taps IT training vendor

NSA taps IT training vendor

The National Security Agency has chosen National Education Training Group Inc. of Naperville, Ill., as the primary content provider for information technology training on its FasTrac Learning System. The company received a $1.8 million contract in November.

FasTrac, a 2-year-old Defense Department initiative managed by NSA, originally was to provide online training to DOD and intelligence users. It since has expanded to serve civilian agencies and now has 400,000 government users.

FasTrac delivers mostly commercially developed instructional material, FasTrac courses are available from NSA for a fee and can be accessed via agency intranets or the Internet.

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