Army seeks digital coaches

Sources Sought Notice

The Army Training and Doctrine Command in Fort Monroe, Va., is looking for companies that can provide digital coaching services.

The command published a sources sought notice on FedBizOpps Dec. 5. The notice is not a solicitation for proposals; the command is trying to find out what capabilities are available from the private sector.

The command wants providers that can:
  • Identify the skills the top performers in a particular discipline have.
  • Harvest critical knowledge from the top performers, including "tacit" knowledge that isn't immediately apparent.
  • Develop a method to pass that knowledge on to less successful performers within the given discipline, in a way they can use even if they are geographically dispersed.
  • Provide guided digital coaching that allows ongoing feedback.
  • Establish a system to track the professional development in a way that causes sustained change to an organization.

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