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NIEM Technical Deep-Dive Distance Learning Now Available

The NIEM Management Office (NMO) is pleased to announce that we will be hosting three half-day training sessions beginning on January 11, 2022. These sessions will be conducted by our very knowledgeable lead development team and are meant for individuals who want a deep dive into the technical details of NIEM, typically developers and implementers.  Participants should expect to attend all three half-days to complete the training.  
Mr. Tom Carlson, a lead developer for NIEM, led a pilot cohort in September and November 2021 to gather feedback from users on how to optimize the learning experience virtually.  The NIEM Management Office surveyed participants and this information was used to fine-tune the virtual class environment.  Mr. Carlson implemented recommendations from each class and now this class is available to the public. 
If you or your team have been looking for FREE NIEM technical training, now is the time to register to reserve your spot.  Classes will be conducted on the Microsoft Teams platform. Class runs January 11, 12, 13, 2022 from 1PM – 5:00 PM ET.
Register now. Spaces are limited!

About NIEM
The National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) provides a model framework with rules and guidance designed to develop consistent, well-defined, enterprise level information exchanges. NIEM successfully supports communities of interest with a shared need to exchange data within federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial agencies, internationally, and in the private sector.
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