GoLearn.gov changes its name

What’s in a name? Plenty.

The Office of Personnel Management recently found out that its popular GoLearn.gov, which offers more than 3,000 e-learning courses, has a similar name to that of an e-learning company, said Jeffrey Pon, deputy director of e-government initiatives at OPM.

To end any confusion, the agency is changing its site's name next week to USALearning.gov, which will be its new Web address, too, Pon said.


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