Federal Project Management Training

Applied Earned Value for Federal Government Projects (213)


Mid-Level FAC-P/PM

  • Onsite Instructor-led
  • Virtual instructor-led

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. By the end of the course, the participant will be able to identify cost- based risks, within the 8-step risk management process.

Learning objectives

  • Manage a project through the life cycle of an appropriation.
  • Demonstrate the significance and application of the EVM process, as it relates to government agencies and federal mandates.
  • Define cost-based risks and how they affect program and project financial management.
  • Describe the purpose and elements of the Integrated Baseline Review (IBR).

Behavioral Competencies

  • Action oriented
  • Collaborates
  • Directs work
  • Drives results
  • Ensures accountability
  • Optimizes work processes
  • Plans and aligns
  • Resourcefulness


  • Costing and budgeting
  • Project communications management
  • Project cost and budget management
  • Project estimating
  • Project resource planning and control
  • Project schedule management
  • Project scope management
  • Project tracking and reporting


  • Onsite instructor-led: 3 days - 24
  • Virtual instructor-led: 3 days - 24