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We’re proud to announce to that the Questionmark Perception version 5 assessment management system has been awarded the Certificate of Networthiness (CoN # 201417177) by the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command.
What exactly does this mean?
The accreditation confirms that Questionmark’s assessment management system meets strict U.S. Army and Department of Defense (DoD) standards for security, compatibility, supportability and sustainability.
It also certifies that Questionmark Perception can be deployed for authoring, delivery and analysis of online quizzes, tests, exams and surveys while remaining compliant with U.S. military IT standards.
How significant is this?
The CoN accreditation is required by all enterprise software products functioning within the U.S. Army Enterprise Infrastructure Network. This accreditation applies to the entire U.S. Army, including Army Reserve, National Guard and some DoD organizations.

How do military organizations use Questionmark assessment management technologies?

Military organizations use Questionmark technologies for a range of assessment solutions including:

  • advancement exams
  • medical training
  • job-task analyses
  • post-course exams for distance learning
  • testing for pilots and aircraft engineers

Questionmark is listed with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) federal supply list as a provider of testing and assessment technologies and services (contract number is GS-35F-0380Y). This covers Questionmark Perception software, training, consultancy and support.
How important is security for Questionmark?
It’s a top priority, as explained this video: