CIO: FY2020 USDA Information Security Awareness Training Grand Prix Race: Forest Service Due Date is February 28, 2020

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The Fiscal Year 2020 USDA Information Security Awareness and Rules of Behavior (ISA/ROB) Training is now available and has been preloaded into all current employees’ AgLearn account. 


As you may know, ISA Training is mandatory for all employees. The Forest Service compliance due date is February 28, 2020. In accordance with FSM 6600, employees who have not completed ISA training will have their computer profiles disabled until completion. A re-enable request can only be initiated by a supervisor.

What you need to do


Check out the scores below to see your organization’s place in the race. After the first lap, Chief Information Office and Human Resources Management (HRM) are tied for first place, WO Business Operations (WO Bus Ops) is in second place, and the Forest Service External Contractors are in third place. 


The Forest Service currently has 24,389 employees, contractors, interns, volunteers, affiliates and fellows who need to complete the Mandatory FY20 USDA ISA Training.


Security Awareness Completions            Data: November 14, 2019

Graphic: SA tranining info


Read and follow the directions below


View the Non-Compliant List [Internal Link] (Updated: November 14, 2019).


More information


If you have questions about the training, please contact the Customer Help Desk or visit the Cyber Security Awareness and Rules of Behavior Training Web page. For assistance with AgLearn, contact Human Resources Management at 877-372-7248, option 2.


Users with accessibility needs


Users with accessibility needs can contact the Customer Help Desk to request the alternative PDF course and/or paper materials.


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