2 days; Meets 9am-4pm; , Offered Fall 2017
Held on Lowell Campus; Tuition: TBD; CEUs: 1.4; PDU's/Contact Hours: 14
Government projects need to address constraints, challenges and
risks that are not normally present in private sector projects.
This seminar explores the role of unique legal constraints, public
accountability and diversity of stakeholder interests in shaping
government project management best practices. In addition, it
analyzes the special characteristics of government procurement
processes, government contract provisions and project budgets
dependent upon utilization of public resources.
This seminar covers the management of government projects from the
perspective of government agencies as well as that of business
organizations that contract with government agencies.
The seminar content is applicable to all levels of government:
federal, regional and local. It is consistent with the
principles of the Government Extension to the PMBOK® Guide as well
as with the PMBOK® Guide itself.
PMBOK is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.