Overcome the federal technology skills gap
Overcome the Federal Technology Skills Gap

True success comes from integrating training into the Federal workplace culture. But the Federal government continues to struggle with retention, recruitment, and retirement issues. The use of artificial intelligence uncovers access to hands-on approaches in a virtual world, closing gaps and delivering personalized trainings.

In this program, we will explore how to close the current skills gap in Federal agencies by integrating a culture of learning into the Federal workplace.

Listen: Closing the Federal Technology Skills Gap

The Federal government is facing a workforce crisis, especially with skilled technology talent. Retention, recruitment, and retirement issues are hindering hiring managers, who are looking to fill critical open roles in order to meet mission objectives and new Federal mandates. In this MeriTalking podcast, MeriTalk’s Joe Franco is joined by Craig McCullough, Pluralsight’s senior vice president for public sector, to evaluate the skills gap and how to address it before it’s too late.

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Read: How to Create Talent to Overcome the Federal Technology Skills Gap

MeriTalk recently sat down with Craig McCullough, senior vice president for public sector at Pluralsight, to discuss how the government can overcome the skills gap by creating talent and building a culture of learning within Federal agencies.

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