International standards have evolved to the extent that we now have a Federally recognized XML-based foundation for storing learning content independently from the presentation medium. This standard, LMS SCORM workforce connections (Shareable Courseware Object Reference Model), has been a requirement in recent major elearning procurements and is also recognized internationally. Typically full featured tools (Learning Management System) have been seen as the primary delivery mechanism for elearning. These LMS tools are powerful in that they contain the electronic classroom features that certification/degree programs require. On the other hand, delivering "just in time" content in various formats, particularly via the Web, does not require all of the LMS features yet shares the requirement for structured data. In fact most of the Web really is "elearning" but has not typically been seen in this light. Structured learning content can be re-used, re-purposed, translated to multiple languages, etc. opening up a whole new market for the all important learning content. This structured learning content must be presented quickly, easily, and inexpensively without allowing technology to get in the way of the learning content providers. It should not be the technology that drives learning management decisions but the quality and requirements for the content. Learning content management and presentation tools developed by devIS in collaboration with various offices in the Department of Labor will be demonstrated on the Web to show how a standards-based, open source software platform, can deliver learning content quickly and effectively. Over 15 Federal sites are currently using this "" technology.