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At the 2018 CCME conference, DoD announced that SOC may start pivoting from 2-way transferability degree network systems (DNS) to career pathway networks. A pilot initiative with a Cyber Security Degree Network was discussed. What is the status of these initiatives?

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At the 2018 CCME conference, DoD announced that SOC may start pivoting from 2-way transferability degree network systems (DNS) to career pathway networks. A pilot initiative with a Cyber Security Degree Network was discussed. What is the status of these initiatives?

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Based on low usage of the DNS and CTE programs, DoD asked SOC to explore other potential network concepts that more directly addressed Service member selection of credentials that prepare them for selected career goals.  SOC worked with industry and nine colleges to pilot a Cyber Security career pathway network.  DoD was able to learn from this pilot and plans to incorporate lessons from the pilot into other related DoD initiatives.  Further exploration of career pathways is planned but will be coordinated by DoD through other programs to better integrate with other initiatives.


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Views: 90 Created on: Jan 08, 2019
Date updated: Feb 04, 2019
Posted in: DNS/CTE Sunset

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