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FPM 333: Progressive Business, Cost & Financial Management

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 8:30AM to
Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 4:30PM EDT
Venue Address: 
ACT-IAC Headquarters
3040 Williams Drive STE 500
Fairfax , VA 22031
Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 8:30AM to
Thursday, April 30, 2020 - 4:30PM EDT
2020-04-28 08:30:00 2020-04-30 16:30:00 America/New_York FPM 333: Progressive Business, Cost & Financial Management See more details at: https://www.actiac.org/fpm-333-progressive-business-cost-financial-management ACT-IAC Headquarters, 3040 Williams Drive, Fairfax, VA
Venue Address: 
ACT-IAC Headquarters
3040 Williams Drive STE 500
Fairfax , VA 22031

Event Details

Overview

The ACT-IAC Academy is currently offering courses needed for the Federal Acquisition Certification for Program and Project Managers (FAC-P/PM).  We bring you the knowledge and skills you need to more effectively manage your Federal programs and acquisitions.  Whether you work for Government or Industry, come see how the FAC Academy can help you to learn, grow, and excel.  Our FAI-verified, FAC-P/PM Programs were built from the ground up specifically to address the requirements of the FAC-P/PM program.  Four courses cover the requirements - FPM 331, FPM 332, FPM, 333 and FPM 334.

 Regular Price:  $1,717

 Govt/ACT-IAC Member price:  $1,545

 

FAI-verified FAC-P/PM Certification Program  |  Senior Level  |  Fulfills the following FAC-P/PM Competency:  Business, Cost Estimating, and Financial Management

Method of Training:  Classroom -- Length of Training:  3 Days (24 hours)  |  24 CLPs  |  24 PMI® PDUs

This comprehensive course addresses the FAC-P/PM Senior Level “Business, Cost Estimating, and Financial Management” Competency, and all of its OFPP/FAI-mandated Performance Outcomes.  It addresses the supervision, leadership, and management of the performance challenges that the participant will encounter in his or her day-to-day job.  The cost estimating and performance management functions of the Federal acquisition life cycle are detailed, specifically as they relate to the following activities: cost estimating and cost analysis; formulating financial programs and budgets; benefit/cost analysis and other decision-making tools; total ownership cost, overseeing and interpreting data from an Earned Value Management System (EVMS) and other methods of performance measurement; and knowledge of the rules of budget execution. 

Exercises are included to allow the students to practice the skills that they are developing throughout the course.  In addition, the course provides an extensive self-assessment tool the students can use to determine personal as well as organizational strengths and weaknesses that should be improved.  Students will demonstrate their knowledge by preparing and presenting Action Plans for personal and organizational improvements they intend to implement upon return to their jobs.