SumTotal Wins Contract to Provide Software

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<p><strong>Mountain View, Calif. &mdash; June 6</strong><br />SumTotal Systems Inc., a global provider of talent and learning management solutions, has received a contract from Northrop Grumman Corp. to provide San Diego County with TotalLMS, a learning management system (LMS) that will deliver and report on certification and regulatory requirements for the county&#39;s approximately 17,000 employees. </p><p>TotalLMS delivers, tracks and analyzes online education via the Internet.<br /><br />The SumTotal deal is one part of a larger contract San Diego County awarded in 2006 to Northrop Grumman to administer information technology and telecommunications services, including data center, help desk, desktop, network, applications and cross-functional services.<br /><br />&quot;We believe SumTotal&#39;s system will be fundamental to underpinning the management of the county&#39;s compliance efforts,&quot; said James Gill, SumTotal director of government solutions. &quot;We&#39;re honored that Northrop Grumman chose SumTotal&#39;s platform for the delivery, analysis and management of the county&#39;s regulatory and certification training.&quot;<br /><br />San Diego County is the nation&#39;s fourth-most populous county. It has an annual operating budget of more than $4 billion.</p>

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