The National Park Service has begun a seven-month-long training effort to implement the CommonSpot Content Management System (CMS) for use on the NPS.gov website. CMS will allow both experienced and non-technical NPS staff to develop and maintain park web pages in a fraction of the time it took in past years.The first training was conducted in the Alaska region at three sites and will continue for the next seven months at three to four sites per region. Each training session will include from 20 to 25 trainees, mostly park employees. The traveling training team is presently in the Pacific West Region and will remain there for the next month.The new CMS also ushers in a new look for the park pages and the NPS.gov home page. With a new, consistent, modern navigation system, enhanced information categories, and a host of visitor friendly features and options, NPS.gov will continue as one of the federal government's most highly rated websites.