Panama Invites Bids for $3.3 Million Training Academy

The National Secretariat for Science and Technology (SENACYT) is to create an academy to provide training in unified computing, telecommunications and data centers.

Monday, September 13, 2010

SENACYT needs to fill Panama's knowledge gap relative to other countries in the region in the design, configuration and maintenance of computer networks.

The successful bidder will provide the infrastructure necessary to enable SENACYT to offer up to 540 CISCO certificates in unified computing, switching and routing, and dynamic data centers.

The training academy should become a recognized teaching program based on market-leading e-learning modules.



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