Federal Project Management Training

Applied Project Management for the Federal Government (211)


Mid-Level FAC-P/PM

  • Onsite Instructor-led
  • Virtual instructor-led

Applied Project Management for the Federal Government provides the participant with the more advanced 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.

Learning objectives

  • Explain the IPT’s role in relation to acquisition within the project life cycle.
  • Relate the systems engineering process (SEP) to the technology acquisition process.
  • Describe the Test and Evaluation team’s function, the Master Test Strategy, and the V Model for testing.
  • Discuss the process to develop an Integrated Master Plan (IMP).

Behavioral Competencies

  • Action oriented
  • Balances stakeholders
  • Collaborates
  • Communicates effectively
  • Directs work
  • Drives results
  • Drives vision and purpose
  • Ensures accountability
  • Optimizes work processes
  • Plans and aligns
  • Resourcefulness


  • Planning and organizing
  • Project change management
  • Project communications management
  • Project cost and budget management
  • Project integration management
  • Project life cycle management
  • Project schedule management
  • Project tracking and reporting
  • Risk management
  • Verify requirements


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