Learning Tree International (NASDAQ: LTRE) announced today that it has been awarded a GSA MOBIS (874) Schedule (contract # GS-02F-0182Y) for offering its extensive curriculum of management and leadership training courses. The GSA MOBIS Schedule enables federal agencies and authorized contractors to acquire management training services under pre-defined pricing and terms. “Being on the GSA MOBIS schedule provides Learning Tree International with another effective channel for providing services to government agencies that require mission-critical training solutions,” said Donald F. Berbary, president and general manager, Learning Tree International. “With this important distinction, we have further established Learning Tree as the leading training partner of the federal government.” Learning Tree offers a comprehensive curriculum of management and leadership courses in Business Analysis, Communication, Management and Leadership, and Project Management. A number of industry and job-specific professional certification programs are also available, including PMI, IIBA, and more. Learning Tree has held a GSA IT Schedule (70) since 1996. Going forward, Learning Tree’s Schedule 70 will continue to list all IT-related courses under SIN 132.50, while all management and leadership training courses will be listed in the GSA MOBIS (874) Schedule under SIN 874-4 (Training Services). Learning Tree International has Education Centers located around the world—US, UK, Canada, France, Sweden and Japan—with several convenient training locations in the Washington, DC area: Reston, VA; Alexandria, VA; Rockville, MD; and Annapolis, MD. Participants may also attend live, instructor-led courses from anywhere in the world with Learning Tree AnyWare™, the company’s web-based, remote-attendance platform. About Learning Tree International: Learning Tree International is a leading global provider of highly effective, hands-on training to information technology professionals and managers. Since 1974, over 65,000 organizations have relied on Learning Tree to enhance the professional skills of more than 2.1 million employees.