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ML: Machine-learning Framework CETi Clients: 1982 - 2018

Computer Education Techniques is in the final stages of preparing a GSA Schedule for submission.

Private Training - Course Search Engine Distance-learning Service Web-based Training Services Training programs
Courseware as a Learning Center Specialized Information Technology Training SBA - Subcontracting and Joint Venture MBE and WBE - Joint Venture
Instructor Training Website Support Services Courseware Licensing Subscription Services
IT Training Services for Vocational Schools IT Training Services through Accredited Academia Programming and Documentation Services CETI and Technology Partner Schedule

It builds upon the standards and application for licensure submitted to the New York State Department of Education. CETi provides training services with and through technology partners.

 Commitment to Excellence with Technology Partners

CETi Technology Partner - Pathway to Success Training

The application for submitting a GSA Schedule has been performed by an independent accredited rating agency. Performance Ratings are provided on: reliability, cost, order accuracy, delivery/timeliness, quality, business relations, personnel, customer support, and responsiveness.

Past Performance Evaluation Report - Required Past Performance Evaluation Report - www.ppereports.com Past Performance Evaluation - Status
Business Credit Profile Past Performance Evaluation - Follow-up Dun & Bradstreet

The CETi board of directors strongly believed that a technology driven business model was required before submitting the GSA schedule: academic standards, commerical and open source certification, and New York State Department of Education licensing. The quality control and testing of training services will be in 2019 - 2020. The Open Ratings - Past Performance Evaluation did not reflect changes occuring in hardware and software technologies and client organizations' diverse web-based and digital content information training requirements.

A cognitive search capability is being developed for use with SBA NAIC and Product and Service Codes.