CompTIA Working With US Government To Create IT Programs

CompTIA is dedicated in increasing the growth and the implementation of standard skills in the US. They are actually working with different government agencies to make this vision possible. By coordinating with the US, CompTIA is giving the government IT solutions to utilize it in supporting their systems.

CompTIA is committed in supporting government programs to help the country and the community as well. They are actively participating in training the DoD Information Assurance managers and technicians. They make sure that they are all well trained and they gain the certification to efficiently protect DoD data, information infrastructures and information systems.

Aside from that, The Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program Manual was created to give instructions for training, management and certification of the DoD workforce. The US government also cooperates in implementing the list of official certifications such as CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+. These certifications are highly recognized and supported by several IT industry leaders in both private and public sectors. Experts in training, government and the academe joined together in order to create a vendor-neutral certification. This is now considered as one of the major requirements to get advanced certification. The US government and CompTIA have proven to effectively work together in providing the country a better the community of advanced IT systems. They have successfully established a mission to create a technical environment to help not only IT professionals in the business field but also providing assistance in US government programs. This is to enhance and improve the quality of technical resources in government agencies.