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Professional Associations

Professional Associations

The following professional associations and universities review Strategy Execution’s content and endorse programs for either continuing education, certification or as part of a certificate program.

Project Management Institute (PMI®)

As a Registered Education Provider (REP) and Registered Consultant Program (RCP) participant for PMI®, we offer contact hours, Professional Development Units (PDUs) and business consulting services for the largest project management association in the world. Learn more from PMI.

International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®)

We have been involved with the IIBA since its inception. We are a founding sponsor and an Endorsed Education Provider (EEP™) of IIBA. Learn more from IIBA.

National Contract Management Association

We are pleased to be an NCMA Educational Partner. NCMA is a long-standing, membership-based professional society for procurement professionals. Learn more from NCMA.

US General Services Administration (GSA)

Strategy Execution and GSA have a long-running relationship to bring the most effective, affordable training to the U.S. federal government. Find Strategy Execution's GSA schedule here.

Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI)

Established in 1976 under the Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act, the Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI) fosters and promotes the development of a federal acquisition workforce through Federal Acquisition Certification (FAC) programs. Strategy Execution has developed a full suite of FAC-P/PM, FAC-COR, and FAC-C curriculum to assist your agency in aligning OFPPs/FAI’s federal policy compliance requirements with strategic and mission-oriented performance goals, and establish consistent competencies and standards for those performing acquisition-related work in civilian agencies. Our FAC-PPM and FAC-COR courses are fully verified by FAI.*

*Federal Acquisition Institute (FAI) verified certification courses have been reviewed by FAI and verified the courses properly align to the applicable Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP) competency model and Federal certification policy.