Carahsoft-LinkedIn Partnership to Provide Online Training Across Government Sector

Carahsoft Technology is distributing LinkedIn‘s online learning service to government agencies under contracts with the General Services Administration, NASPO ValuePoint and the NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement program.

The service, known as LinkedIn Learning, will deliver more than 12K business, technology and creative skill courses made to facilitate employee learning paths, said Deanna Grady, chief of public sector sales at Carahsoft’s LinkedIn Learning division, in a statement published Thursday.

The product will feature personal course recommendations and various tools to accommodate all learning styles.

“Carahsoft will also provide LinkedIn with expertise on the government marketplace and access to a variety of federal, state and local contracts,” said Tiffany Goddard, director of citizen engagement solutions at Carahsoft.

This effort continues Carahsoft’s five years of distributing LinkedIn recruiter and talent tools across the public sector.

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