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. The participant will explore the key activities and documentation related to each phase of the project lifecycle in this course. Participants will also examine how the lifecycle includes the entry-level Requirements Development and Management Processes, Systems Engineering, Lifecycle Logistics, and Test and Evaluation competencies and performance outcomes, as defined by the FAC-P/PM policy and competency model.
- Explain how stakeholders drive requirements and project selection within the project initiation phase.
- Describe the planning phase to include project teams, WBS, IMS/IMP, that planning for risk management and lifecycle logistics.
- Discuss project performance analysis and reporting during the project implementation phase.
- Close out a project effectively.
- Identify the interface between the project lifecycle and Systems.
- Engineering, Technology Acquisition, and Logistical Support.
- Action oriented
- Balances stakeholders
- Communicates effectively
- Directs work
- Drives results
- Drives vision and purpose
- Ensures accountability
- Optimizes work processes
- Plans and aligns
- 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