Employee Training Under the Government Employees Training Act (GETA), agencies are authorized to pay necessary expenses for training--defined as directly related to the performance of official duties for the government.
What does GETA stand for?
GETA stands for Government Employees Training Act
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of GETA
We have 3 other meanings of GETA in our Acronym Attic
- Groupe des Écoles de Télécommunications (French: Group of Telecommunications Schools)
- Groupe Eurotunnel SA
- Grupo Editorial Telecinco
- Guaranteed Education Tuition (State of Washington)
- Guide des Équivalents Thérapeutiques
- Group Encrypted Transport VPN (Virtual Private Network; Cisco Systems, Inc.)
- General Endotracheal Anesthesia
- General Equipment Test Activity (US Army)
- Generic Engine for Transposable Association (software)
- Government Emerging Technology Alliance (membership organization; US DoD)
- Greater Elmira Tennis Association (Elmira, NY)
- Groupe d'Étude pour la Traduction Automatique (French: Machine Translation Study Group; computing)
- General Electric Thermal Analysis Basis
- Global Existential Threat Advisory System
- Geelse Triathlon Club (Geel, Belgium)
- General Education and Training Certificate
- General Education Training Certificate
- General Education Transfer Curriculum
- General Electric Trunking Card
- General Engineering Technology Courses
Samples in periodicals archive:
23) The GAO also noted that "Congress, of course, may enact legislation authorizing an agency hosting a conference on behalf of the government to collect and retain an attendance fee," (24) and suggested that Congress could accomplish that on a broad scale, (25) such as by amending the Government Employees Training Act, (26) or on an individual agency basis, through an agency's authorization legislation or through its appropriation act.
Consistent with the Government Employees Training Act (GETA), this feedback allows agencies to evaluate the effectiveness of training, learning and development programs and redesign curriculum at a faster pace.