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FPM 432: Agile Project Management for the Federal Environment

This three-day course will introduce you to basic acquisition principles of an Agile project management environment, based on the current policies and practices of the Federal Government. You will learn about Agile as a concept of using short, highly structured project cycles called Sprints. This course will address current Federal acquisition and technology management principles and introduces a dynamic, Agile mechanism. You will come away with a broad understanding of the Agile approach, and how technology management and software development can occur.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn what Agile development is and how it achieves cost effective outcomes for the government
  • Identify projects that are best suited to the Agile development process
  • Learn how the Agile process differs from “traditional project management” processes
  • Use Sprints to create micro bursts of attainable milestones and demonstrate progress, transparency, accountability, and measurable success
  • Recognize issues before they become problems
  • Learn how Agile complies with the requirements of the FAR
  • Understand where to find more information on the Agile process that will benefit the organization

Pre-Requisites

None

Course ID

FPM 432

Length

3 Days

CLPs

24

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