Government Activities & Advocacy
The U.S. Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA): Highlighting the Urgent Need for Project Management Skills
Signed into law in November 2021, the U.S. Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) introduces $550 billion of new spending for infrastructure projects including transportation and road proposals, broadband access, clean water, and electric grid renewal.
These critical projects to rebuild American infrastructure exacerbate the urgent need for project managers – and those with project management skills – to manage taxpayer funded investments efficiently and deliver project outcomes on time and on budget.
Close the Talent Gap
As the world’s leading project, program, and portfolio management association with more than 50 years in the space, PMI is in the unique position to close the talent gap and upskill and certify the project professionals needed to bring IIJA objectives to life.
PMI offers a variety of Certifications that focus on Power Skills including communication, collaborative leadership, empathy, innovative mindset, and for-purpose orientation. These skills enable people to think more creatively about how to apply technical and commercial skills in different circumstances; therefore, transforming ways of working, driving results, and delivering value.
Construction Professional in Built Environment Projects (PMI-CP)™ offers construction organizations and professionals the educational content needed to help changemakers further transform the construction industry.
PMP® certification demonstrates proven project leadership for people around the world who want to adapt ways of working smarter for organizations that want to drive change.
PMI Citizen Developer offers professionals the ability to manage projects involving low-code and no-code platforms. It also allows businesses to deploy and scale low-code and no-code solutions safely and securely within their existing enterprise IT environment, helping them to improve efficiency and make ideas a reality.
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Program Management Success in Government: Case Studies and White Papers
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) has managed the largest heritage restoration project of its kind in Canada – a multi-decade effort to preserve and modernize the buildings that house…
Commissioned and supported with research from PMI, MIT’s Consortium for Engineering Program Management, and others, this report distills how many government agencies have been leading (and continue…
Developing a Project Management Office in the Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration
This case example, a supplement to the report, PMIAA: Strengthening the Government Delivery Foundation, highlights project and program management capability building within The U.S. Energy…
Federal Project and Program Management Community of Practice (FedPM CoP) – How Sharing Best Practices Can Lead to Success
Recognizing the value of a community focused on project practice capability and how such a community could help improve the performance of departments across the U.S. federal government, the leaders…
Hurricane Katrina decimated thousands of buildings in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, in 2005, including a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical facility that served approximately 40,000…