The Occupational Information Network (O*NET) classification and database constitute the federal government's most comprehensive collection of information about occupations and account for a significant portion of NCSC activity. Visit the following links for more information:
Tools and Technology Update: The National O*NET Center has released an update to their Tools and Technology (T2) database. This database links over 47,000 tools and technologies to O*NET occupations. You can read their information about the database here.
O*NET Supplemental Files: The National O*NET Center has released a new related occupations database that's been completely revised using a new methodology. The database now contains separate listings for those beginning their careers and those changing careers. You can also read about how the new data were generated. (01/18/13)
NCSC Annual Report: The National Crosswalk Service Center has recently completed a report on its activities for the year that ended June 30, 2012. The document is available for viewing on the NCSC's Annual Reports page. (12/04/12)
New Crosswalk: The National Research Center for Career and Technical Education (NRCCTE) has completed their Crosswalk Validation Project. This project updated earlier work that links programs to occupations with an eye towards promoting greater consistency and clarity to postsecondary education data collection and reporting. (11/27/12)