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How do you think your agency fares at providing its information technology employees with training? Does the government need a more centralized approach?

I'm a Navy civilian IT scientist for 36 years, and the current attitude under the service's Navy-Marine Corps Intranet program is not to train but to outsource our IT profession. We don't need an approach to train our staff but an approach to retain our IT staff.

'Ron Backman, Navy

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