Away we Grow – Talent Analytics and Talent Management Fuel our Growth

The pace of activity at NGA.NET around the globe is, in a word, frantic – and I mean that in the best possible way!

Proven Talent Management Solutions for the Federal Government

New customers (now over 200 worldwide), new implementations, innovative product enhancements, awards, speaking engagements and new employees – every area of the company is feeling the excitement from the high-level of interest in NGA.NET solutions.

The growth is certainly evident here in our Washington, DC office, which is focused on talent management solutions for the federal government. In just a short time, we have caused quite a stir here, with deployments in over 25 federal agencies. The federal government has been starved for solutions that offer configurability for agencies as they look to recruit, build and manage their workforce in this challenging time for talent management.

We are excited to fill this void, and we’re working hard to continue to meet the needs of the federal market.

While the growth has been ongoing, we’ve just formally announced the continued expansion of our North American Public Sector team. We have recently added a new Talent Analytics consultant, a new marketing director and a new director of IT infrastructure to support our North American growth and customer requirements.

Meeting Agency Needs

We measure our success by our satisfied customers, who are realizing quantifiable benefits in their talent acquisition and hiring activities. 

We’re very excited and extremely grateful by the interest and reception we’ve received from federal HR professionals, human capital executives and agency leaders. Our hard work has helped earn the trust of our customers. And we’re going to work even harder as we continue to grow.

The challenges of for federal human capital officers have never been greater, and a new way of addressing these challenges is needed.

We’re here.

NGA.NET is excited to be leading the next generation of federal talent management.

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