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July 2, 2024 | Originally published by U.S. Army on June 13, 2024

Last fall, the Army Acquisition Workforce (AAW) was introduced to the digital foundations pathway with Udemy—three online courses designed to digitally upskill workforce members in preparation for the digital transformation of the Army. (See “Serving the Digital Soup” in the Fall 2023 issue of Army AL&T.) The Army Director of Acquisition Career Management (DACM) Office spent the last few months improving that pathway. Those three online courses have become a new Digital Foundations credential, which can be accessed through Udemy—and the DACM Office is launching this first-of-its-kind credential with its MOREin’24 campaign.

The campaign signals the DACM Office’s continuous commitment to upskilling and digital prowess as the Army prepares to excel in the digital age. Ashley Kestner, communications analyst in the DACM Office, explained that the campaign not only wants to educate the workforce about the availability of the new courses but also how the workforce can continue to evolve in the overall transformation mindset.