Train your federal tech teams for today’s mission. Prepare for tomorrow’s challenges.
Whether mapping your priorities to the President’s Management Agenda (PMA), the Federal Data Strategy, DoD Cyber Workforce Framework, or other priority initiatives, one thing is clear: Agencies need to create a culture of continuous learning where their personnel are constantly developing mission-critical tech skills. Our solutions are the way forward.
State and Local
Tailored government IT training for local challenges
As NASCIO’s State CIO Top 10 Priorities illustrate, CIOs are dealing with unprecedented IT issues, from modernizing aging infrastructure to managing risk and counteracting cyber threats. Technology alone won’t solve those problems. You need a workforce capable of achieving your highest priorities.
Purpose-built solutions for your highest priorities
Upskilling and reskilling
Digital transformation starts with skill transformation. Pluralsight helps your agency index skills gaps and create custom learning paths tailored to ensure you can meet your IT objectives around cyber, cloud, data, and more.
Develop the best defense by developing your people first. Prepare your workforce with cybersecurity and risk management skills to ensure flawless security and prevent breaches. And meet growing cybersecurity needs as you modernize and meet the pace of digital transformation.
Migrate your people—not just your agency—to the cloud. Pluralsight enables you to build and maintain a cloud-first agency with data on where to focus custom skill development efforts plus hands-on experiences that help you put knowledge into practice.
Pluralsight empowers every employee, regardless of technical background, to become conversant in key technologies and learn to correctly apply tech concepts for agency objectives.
Pluralsight + U.S. Air Force
We see Pluralsight as a valuable strategic partner in helping our Digital U program deliver skills development training for state-of-the-art technologies that support us in our mission. With Pluralsight, not only do our airmen have access to high quality and up-to-date technology content, they can also leverage Skill IQ assessments to track progress in their skill development and map out a faster path for learning.”
Lauren Knausenberger, Chief Transformation Officer, United States Air Force