Washington (July 28, 2004) -- The two most frequently cited obstacles to effective information technology training within federal agencies are adequate funding and time constraints, according to a study by the Government Accountability Office.

In addition to money and time, the auditor general said that although the degree of IT training differs widely among federal offices, many of the 22 leading IT training practices as identified by the GAO in an earlier study were not deployed to any extent.

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