Press Release: Credential Engine and U.S. Navy Enter Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to Bring CTDL to Navy Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)

For Immediate Release Credential Engine and U.S. Navy Enter Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to Bring CTDL to Navy Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) April 20, 2018, (Washington, DC) – Credential Engine is pleased to announce a new CRADA with Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme (NSWC PHD) in California to investigate how the integration

HR OpenStandards: A Field Report from the 6ix

Human resources technology probably isn’t something education providers think about much, but HR Tech is undergoing transformational changes that will impact how most people advance their career. At last week’s HR Open Standards annual meeting in Toronto, several HR companies showcased how they are using artificial intelligence (AI) to improve their products. Somen Mondal CEO

Credential Engine Highlighted in Council on Foreign Relations Report

This week, the Council on Foreign Relations released an independent task force report explaining the challenges and opportunities facing the economy—and particularly the American workforce—as the world moves towards the future of work. Chaired by former Secretary of Commerce, Penny Pritzker, and former Michigan Governor and current Michigan State University President, John Engler, the task

Press Release: Counting U.S. Secondary and Postsecondary Credentials – A Credential Engine Report

Premier Inventory Report from Credential Engine Confirms Over 300,000 Credentials in the United States April 5, 2018 (Washington, DC) – Today, Credential Engine released a new report detailing the first-ever estimated count of secondary and postsecondary education credentials in the United States. Researchers from the Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness and the George Washington Institute

Counting U.S. Secondary and Postsecondary Credentials – April 2018 Report

Credential Engine has just released a first-of-its-kind report detailing a confirmed inventory of the number of credentials in the United States. We know that students and workers in the United States have access to a vast number of credentials to obtain, enhance and signal their knowledge, skills, and abilities. There are many types of credentials—from