Alexandria, VA, July 26, 2022—FedLearn, the first-to-market, online, AI-powered learning solutions provider offering content specialized and contextualized to federal government mission areas—particularly in the U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Community—today announces it has signed on as a bronze sponsor of the 2022 National Security and Intelligence Summit—helmed by AFCEA International and the Intelligence National Security Alliance.
More than 1,500 intelligence professionals will gather on September 15–17 at the Gaylord National Resort in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, to hear influential leaders in government, industry and academia speak about mission-critical priorities and discuss collaborative solutions to solve key U.S. intelligence and national security challenges—for instance Chinese threats to U.S. supply chains, commercial space ventures, election security and the Russia/Ukraine conflict.
“FedLearn is honored to be a bronze sponsor of the 2022 National Security and Intelligence Summit,” said Dr. J. Keith Dunbar, FedLearn founder and chief executive officer, “This premier intelligence and national security event is a perfect forum for FedLearn to increase awareness about how our innovative learning solutions can advance the professional development of the Intelligence Community workforce in support of the security and defense of our nation.
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FedLearn (fedlearn.com) is transforming learning for federal government and government contractor organizations. We offer the first artificial intelligence-enabled, online learning platform with specialized and contextualized content directly supporting government mission areas. Our solutions combine the best of traditional classroom and elearning settings to offer a rich, dynamic and personalized learning experience with quantifiable outcomes. FedLearn is a certified service-disabled veteran-owned small business.
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