ULC Course Description

CW PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT
Control Number: 10
Course Number: 46CWP01A
Length:28
CEUs: 2.3     PDHs: 0.0     LUs: 0.0     PDUs: 23.3     CMs: 0.0     ACE: 0.0     CEHs: 0.0
Purpose:
This training is primarily designed for civil works project delivery team members and program managers with an emphasis on the budget development and defense process. Those with some CW program development experience will benefit the most since this is not an introductory course. It builds on existing experience to provide a comprehensive understanding of civil works mission accomplishment, HQ-level programs management activities, the importance of the USACE Project Management Business Process (PMBP) in program execution, and includes HQUSACE interface with Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Congress.

Description:
The training covers the Civil Works Program Development, Defense and Execution within the USACE Project Management Business Process PMBP, including: (1) the Corps of Engineers civil works organization, the Administration, and the Congressional committees that provide legislative oversight of the civil works program through authorizations and appropriations; (2) program development, including new start and continuing programs, and funding capabilities; (3) program defense, including OMB and Congressional hearings; and (4) program execution, including work allowances, reprogramming actions, performance measurement.

Prerequisites:
This is not an introductory course. Those with experience in Civil Works program management, or who have taken PROSPECT Course 358 will benefit the most from attending course 010. Nominees must be project delivery team members, GS-340 program managers, chiefs of organizations that support the Project Management Business Process (e.g., Real Estate, Counsel, and Resource Management). Division and district commanders, deputy commanders with civil works missions, and members of the Senior Executive Service are invited to attend this seminar. Students will benefit from completing online PROSPECT Courses USACE PMBP 762 & 763 prior to attending this class.

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SessionLocationStart DateEnd DateSeats Open
1Online, __8/17/20218/20/20211
2Online, __8/24/20218/27/20211