GSA picks e-learning system

The General Services Administration has selected a system from GeoLearning Inc. to power its agencywide e-learning program, the company announced today.

GSA will use the company's GeoMaestro system, according to GeoLearning. The system will track and report information such as the specific courses students take, their performance in the courses and the courses they complete.

GeoLearning already provides its Web-based system to 25 federal agencies, including the e-learning component of the Office of Personnel Management's Gov Online Learning Center.

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