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Federal IT Management: Management and Resources - FPM 401 (FPM 511)

Available Modalities:

  • e-Training
  • Public Classroom
  • On Site
  • Virtual Classroom
Delivery Method PDU Total Technical PMP/PgMp Leadership Strategy PMI RMP PMI SP PMI ACP PfMP PMI PBA
Instructor-Led Training 24 21 0 3 3 0 0 0 0
Delivery Method Instructor-Led Training
PDU Total 24
Technical PMP/PgMp 21
Leadership 0
Strategy 3
PfMP 0
  • CEU: 2.4

Designed specifically for Federal IT professionals who have already earned their FAC-P/PM certification, IT PM: Management and Resources (FPM 401) course is fully FAI-verified as meeting seven (7) out of fifteen (15) technical FAC-P/PM-IT Core-Plus training Competencies not included in the core FAC-P/PM Standard.

The technical competencies addressed  in this course are:

  • Accessibility
  • Data Management
  • Information Management
  • IT Performance Assessment
  • IT Program Management
  • Information Resources Strategy and Planning
  • Technology Awareness

The course provides a 24-hour continuing education course that extends the experienced FAC-P/PM professional’s skill set.

Equivalent to FPM 511: IT Project Management; Core Plus, 3 days.

  • Effectively apply foundational concepts, processes, and tools of data and information management
  • Effectively apply the laws and policies related to data and information management
  • Demonstrate fundamental understanding of data modeling
  • Apply the principles of database design and optimization
  • Select tools, equipment, and technologies used to assist individuals with disabilities to use computer equipment and software
  • Discover and implement new developments and applications of information technology
  • Select the principles, methods, and tools to assess the effectiveness and practicality of information technology systems
  • Implement the principles, methods, and tools for the coordinated management of an IT program
  • Administer the principles, methods, and techniques of information technology (IT) assessment, planning, management, monitoring, and evaluation
  • Fundamentals of Data and Information Management
    • Definitions and data types
    • The laws and policies related to data and Information Management
    • Data models, levels of data modeling
    • Database and DBMS categories
  • Accessibility
    • Accessibility definitions and regulatory requirements
  • Technology Awareness
    • Strategies for new technologies to support organizational requirements
    • Risk trends in hardware, software, and telecommunications
  • IT Performance Assessment
    • Techniques to ensure data quality
    • Federal IT Dashboard
  • IT program Management
    • Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) and budgeting process
    • Role of modeling and simulation during the acquisition lifecycle
    • Current marketplace and federal IT acquisition
  • Information Resources Strategy and Planning
    • IT resources focused on supporting organizational goals
    • IT modernization and improving the effectiveness and productivity of mission operations