Labor picks Plateau for talent management

The Labor Department has signed a contract with Plateau Systems to provide electronic learning and employee evaluation systems in support of 15,000 agency employees, according to a company announcement.

Plateau will provide systems and modules for the employees, who are scattered throughout Labor's 19 sub-agencies. The contract was awarded by Labor and the Office of Personnel Management's Government On-Line Learning Center (GoLearn). Plateau has been a GoLearn partner since 2002.

Plateau’s unified talent management solutions will replace Labor's existing software. Once it is implemented, Labor and Plateau will collaborate to integrate the agency's existing competency library into the Plateau system.

Upon implementation, Labor will work with Plateau to import and integrate the department competency library with Plateau’s talent management applications. The new system will allow managers to collect feedback from employee subordinates, colleagues and supervisors to develop an assessment of each employee's overall performance and effectiveness.

Plateau did not disclose terms of the contract.

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