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TwentyEighty Strategy Execution's fully updated, FAI-verified 15-course training for the Federal Acquisition Certification for Project and Program Managers (FAC-P/PM) covers all three certification levels. Delivery modalities include on-site and open enrollment, live and virtual classrooms. Over 70 other TwentyEighty Strategy Execution courses provide continuing learning points (CLPs) to keep certification status according to OFPP’s requirements. Our training is available through GSA Federal Supply Schedule GS-02F-0058P.

For complete information on this curricula download our detailed FAC-P/PM Catalog.

  • Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 112)

    Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers presents the federal project/program manager’s role within the government acquisition process and relates their project activities to various acquisition methodologies, in particular performance-based acquisition.

  • Advanced Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 312)

    Advanced Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers provides leaders of an integrated program team with in-depth knowledge of the acquisition process, team members’ roles and responsibilities within that process, and various acquisition methodologies, in particular performance-based acquisition.

  • Advanced Earned Value for Federal Project Managers (FPM 313)

    Advanced Earned Value for Federal Government Project Managers helps you direct and manage EVM implementation across the program life cycle and build up extensive EVM capabilities to be applied to large, complex projects/programs.

  • Applied Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 212)

    Applied Acquisition for Federal Government Project Managers focuses on the performance of the key tasks of the federal project/program manager in order to successfully integrate acquisition within the project/program life cycle. In this course, participants will acquire the knowledge and skills required to satisfy mid-level contracting competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model.

  • Applied Earned Value for Federal Government Projects (FPM 213)

    Applied Earned Value for Federal Government Projects provides information on financially managing a project throughout the life cycle, using earned value management (EVM) and integrated baseline reviews (IBR). The course will describe the life cycle of an appropriation and will satisfy the mid-level business, cost, and financial management competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model.

  • Applied Project Management for the Federal Government (FPM 211)

    Applied Project Management for the Federal Government provides the participant with the fundamental concepts of project management in the federal government, with an emphasis on application of tools and techniques to manage a federal acquisition project. This course will include information to satisfy mid-level requirements development and management processes, systems engineering, life cycle logistics, test and evaluation, and competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model.

  • Leading Federal Government Projects (FPM 114)

    Leading Federal Government Projects helps you understand the Project/Program Manager’s role within a federal agency and how it requires knowledge of the many facets of leadership. This course focuses on entry-level leadership competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model.

  • Leading Federal Government Projects II (FPM 214)

    Leading Federal Government Projects II will present project/program managers with the best practices on leading federal projects, to help project/program managers manage and develop an integrated project team (IPT), improve communication, decision making and conflict management. This course focuses on the mid-level leadership competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model.

  • Leading Federal Government Project Managers (FPM 314)

    Leading Federal Government Project Managers helps you take a nimble approach to leading project managers, managing direct reports and managing the expectations of senior audiences.

  • Managing Federal Government Projects (FPM 111)

    Managing Federal Government Projects explores the foundations of project management and how to initiate, plan, implement, monitor and report, and close out federal government projects.

  • Program Management for the Federal Government (FPM 311)

    Program Management for the Federal Government lays the foundational knowledge and skills to implement essential activities throughout the life cycle of a typical government program.

  • Scheduling and Cost Control for Federal Government Projects (FPM 113)

    Scheduling and Cost Control for Federal Government Projects provides participants with the information to estimate cost and time input to generate a WBS and then monitor projects using earned value management. This course reviews best practices to meet the requirements of OMB A-94 and A-11 and addresses the entry-level business, cost, and financial management competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model.

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