U.S. Gov Expands Electronic HR Integration Contract

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<p><strong>West Des Moines, Iowa &mdash; June 19</strong><br /> GeoLearning Inc., a provider of managed learning services and hosted learning and performance platforms, has announced that the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has renewed the fourth year of a five-year contract to provide Internet hosting and security services for the federal government&#39;s Electronic Human Resources Integration (EHRI). </p><p>The Web-based initiative, which was built three years ago and became operational in just six weeks, is hosted at GeoLearning&#39;s state-of-the-art Internet Data Center in Ashburn, Va.<br /> <br /> In addition to being extended, the managed learning services contract was expanded to include the provision of backup services and expanded program support from GeoLearning.<br /> <br /> &quot;We are extremely pleased that OPM has renewed and expanded its EHRI hosting and security services contract with us,&quot; said Frank Russell, GeoLearning president and CEO. &quot;It is a tremendous demonstration of confidence in GeoLearning, and we are proud to be the largest provider of software-as-a-service e-learning and human capital management tools to the civilian side of the federal government.&quot;<br /> <br /> The EHRI initiative is a comprehensive electronic record-keeping and analysis system that covers the entire life cycle of federal employees from hire to retirement, supporting human resources management across the federal government at all levels from employees to senior management. </p><p>EHRI replaced the Official Personnel Folder (OPF) with an Official Electronic Record (OER) for about 1.8 million executive branch employees. </p><p>Its systems integrate with other OPM e-government initiatives, including e-training, e-payroll, e-clearance and e-HRIS.</p>

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