ULC Purple Book Course Description

Control Number: 358
Course Number: 46CWB01A
CEUs: 3.1     PDHs: 31.0     LUs: 0.0     PDUs: 0.0     CMs: 0.0     ACE: 0.0     CEHs: 0.0
This course is designed primarily for programmers, project managers, study managers and functional mission personnel. It provides a comprehensive understanding of civil works activities, programming and project/study management concepts and their interrelationship with mission accomplishment.

The course includes practical exercises and discussions of: (1) the Corps of Engineers, the Administration, the Congress, and actions relative to civil works studies and projects, authorizations, and appropriations; (2) program development and formulation at the district and the division level, including new starts, continuing programs and capabilities; (3) detailed preparation of study/project cost estimates, schedules, justification documents, and related project management documents; (4) program defense including the question and answer process, district briefings, division testimony, and OMB and congressional hearings; (5) study/project and program execution, including work allowances, reprogramming actions, and related documents.

Nominees must be assigned (a) Occupational Series: Any job series within career program 18 (engineers and scientists) and career program 11 (comptroller); (b) Grade: GS-07 and above - below GS-07 individuals are eligible if recommended by their supervisors.


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Sessions: This information is updated nightly and may be up to 24 hours old.
SessionLocationStart DateEnd DateSeats Open
1HUNTSVILLE, AL6/24/20196/28/20190
2HUNTSVILLE, AL7/8/20197/12/20190
3HUNTSVILLE, AL8/5/20198/9/20190