Army will build Web learning system

Army will build Web learning system

The Army plans to build a Web enterprise learning management system to train soldiers in their occupational specialties. As many as 1 million soldiers annually will be able to use the system to meet their work specialty requirements.

The system is a fully automated Army training and education network that will integrate 400 training facilities by letting soldiers access training resources in classrooms and at home.

The Army awarded a $27 million, eight-year contract to PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc. of New York to build the system.


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