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Training and Development Task Group

Who We Are

The Training and Development Task Group is one of five task groups under the Federal Web Managers Council, an interagency group of senior government web managers working to improve government websites.

Our Goal

Our goal is to provide training to government web managers to help them improve government websites.

What We Do

The Training and Development Task Group meets regularly to identify and discuss training requirements for web managers.

Current activities include:

  • Provide strategic direction and long-term planning for Web Manager University (WMU)
  • Develop recommendations for creating a training certification for government web managers
  • Assist in planning and coordinating once-a-year “networking” workshop (part of WMU)
  • Provide recommendations for doing more online training, including online tutorials, webcasts, podcasts, and other training formats
  • Benchmark other training programs and share best practices
  • Assist the USA.gov Web Best Practices Team in managing the Web Managers Best Practice Peer Awards
  • Seek additional ways to recognize agencies who have shown innovative practices in managing their web content

Who Can Join

If you’re a federal, state, or local U.S. Government employee interested in helping with these activities, please join us! Please note that the task group is limited to government employees and does not include contractors or other non-government individuals.

How To Join or Learn More About the Group

Please contact:

Eric Ramoth, Co-Chair of the Training and Development Task Group.

Kate Donohue, Co-Chair of the Training and Development Task Group.


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