Project management training and education
The GTA learning academy is our learning management system that streamlines our training registration process, allows users to access virtual instructor led training (VILT) and instructor led training (ILT), helps supervisors be well informed about their team's training goals, helps administrators manage training events, and enables reporting on training events. Learn more on the training and education page.
Why should you use the Learning Academy?
- Set various personal preferences in the system and change your own password
- View the catalog of self-paced, VILT and ILT courses
- Conduct simple and advanced searches of the course catalog and browse the catalog by category options
- Access VILT and register for ILT
- Self-register for courses and track approvals and completions
- Add completed, external training to your training history
- Access your enrollments, training history, and printable certificates of completion
Supervisors and managers
- Approve or deny enrollments for which you are the approver
- Map your direct report to their learning plan or individual development plan (IDP), assignments and enrollments, and track progress
- View online or classroom training and make recommendations
- View a direct report's current and completed courses and certificates of completion
- View training history, learning plans, external training, and current enrollments of your direct reports
Learn more on the training and education page.
The enterprise portfolio management office (EPMO) offers the following consulting services to state agencies.
- Assessments (Project, program, and application)
- Governance support (Project, program, and application)
- Investment management support
- Project management support
Learn more on the enterprise portfolio management services page.
Security program reviews
GTA has adopted the security requirements created by the federal information security management act (FISMA) of 2002 and the FISMA implementation project conducted by NIST. The GTA policies and standards were developed in accordance with FISMA, and OIS conducts program reviews to help agencies identify and remediate deficiencies. These reviews are based on federal guidance from the program review for information security management assistance (PRISMA). The reviews are focused on the agency's security management and operational processes based on requirements established by statewide security policies, FISMA, and the national institute of standards and technology (NIST) computer security division. Learn more on the security program reviews page.