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Department of Justice

Vitual Classrooms for Classroom Training

The government could save a millions of dollars easily if we facilitated more classroom training via virtual classroom types of instruction. Utilizing video conferencing, we could send students through training classes without leaving their institutions or offices and there will be absolutely no travel expenses. Video conferencing can be either uni-directional or interactive. Imagine sending multiple students through... more »

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Department of Defense

Eliminate on-site classroom instruction

CECOS (Naval Civil Engineer Corps Officers School) offers many classroom courses that are held at numerous locations.

Eliminate the expenses of hotel and plane fare for folks that travel to these courses.

Enable a virtual classroom via use of electronic collaboration and conferencing tools.

Though CECOS is used as an example for this suggestion, this suggestion applies to any organization, department, or agency that... more »

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Department of Veterans Affairs

TRAINING

Increase Virtual Training instead of conference/travel training, this year I have seen people selected for conferences that cost the government thousands of dollars in which the conference materials could have been released via online training. We really need to begin to tighten this area up. I suggest a guideline / mold (if you will) that allows travel for training. I suggest that staff and leadership investigate... more »

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Department of Labor

Remote Classrooms

Using the Internet to bring participants into a classroom instead of meeting at a training facility would save airfare, housing, and perdiem. Skype is currently used by some college professors and works great. Materials needed would be shipped ahead of the class and could be returned at the end of the class.

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