CTP Expands Service Offerings

CTP Expands Service Offerings with Digital Services Group

CTP is pleased to announce the appointment of Sean McDevitt to serve as the Director for our newly formed Digital Services Group (DSG). The DSG group will build upon CTP’s established online and digital services capacity to meet the needs of an evolving market place. Sean will apply his 20 years of website production, user experience, and media expertise to help CTP deliver high quality eLearning, online engagement, and 508 compliance services.

Having worked closely with CTP for the past ten years, Sean has led and supported a number of CTP contracts. From 2013-2015, he led CTP’s 508 Compliance Services contract with the Department of Veterans Affair, ensuring that all their web-based content and services were accessible to the handicapped. Sean also played an integral role in CTP’s contract with the Department of State, providing user research, content strategy, and usability testing for the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Office of Anti-Crime Programs (INL/C).

Sean comes to CTP with a background of diversified practical and managerial experience. For the past 12 years, he has owned and operated Ideas2Image where he supported clients such as the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of State, the Federal Aviation Administration, T. Rowe Price, Edward Jones, the History Factory, and others. Sean holds a Masters of Business Administration from George Mason University and is credentialed as a Certified Usability Analyst (CUA) and Certified User Experience Analyst (CXA).

If you are interested in developing or refining an eLearning program, enhancing your online engagement with customers, or bringing your site and services into compliance with the Section 508 guidelines, contact Sean McDevitt at 703-373-8145.

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