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FPM 512: IT Management, Security, and Performance Assurance

Course ID

FPM 512

Continuous Learning Points (CLPs)


Course Length

4 Days






"Course materials were informative and I enjoyed relating my work back to the case studies." – 2019 participant

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This four-day course prepares participants to manage 21st century IT projects and programs to meet citizens’ needs in the most cost-effective way possible, while maintaining privacy and security. Participants learn about IT modernization programs and initiatives that are improving the citizen’s customer experience. Given cybersecurity threats, participants will come to understand how risks can be mitigated to ensure mission success. Participants learn to enable various cloud architectures and incorporate service-level agreements and analytics into an acquisition strategy.

Learning Objectives

• Ensure the agency enterprise architecture and capital planning and investment control (CPIC) process is integrated with strategic budget and planning
• Incorporate security into enterprise and segment architectures in accordance with the Federal Information and Security Management Act (FISMA)and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity
• Use the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) to accelerate the adoption of secure cloud solutions
• Use the Trusted Internet Connection (TIC) Initiative to reduce, consolidate, and secure telecommunication connections, as well as automatically enforce HTTPS in modern web browsers
• Identify the need for supply chain risk assessments and recognize the cost and benefits
• Apply the NIST Risk Management Framework and FBI technology standards to assess and reduce exposure to cyber risk
• Ensure inclusion of requirements for interoperability and standardization across shared services
• Protect the data layer, including record retention, storage, and data management
• Incorporate emerging technologies, such as blockchain and artificial intelligence into a program strategy


Must satisfy the competency requirements for FAC-P/PM Mid-Level