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Effective program and project management is a crucial, core element of NASA’s success. The agency is a recognized global leader in program and project management, and the long-term planning that space exploration and aeronautics research requires. APPEL KS has assembled these resources to help NASA’s Program and Project Managers excel.

 



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Program / Project Management Courses

Browse courses that focus on the skills project managers need, from cost estimating, to working with international partners, to scheduling, and more.

 

 

 


 

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NPR 7120.5 Tailoring Resources

These resources explain the tailoring process by which NASA’s prescribed requirements are adapted to meet the needs of a specific program or project, an expected and accepted part of establishing proper requirements.

Click here to view NPR 7120.5
Tailoring Resources.

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NPR 7120.5 Revision F
Rollout Briefing (NASA Only)

This informative webinar provides an overview of recently published changes to NPR 7120.5 NASA Space Flight Program and Project Management Requirements and how they apply to you.

Click here to view NPR 7120.5
Revision F Rollout Briefing.

 


 

Program Management (PgM) Series

This learning series consists of six two-hour long sessions that target current and aspiring NASA Program Managers who already understand the principles and theories of project management (PM).

Click here to learn more about our Program Management (PgM) Series.

 

Technical Authority

The Technical Authority process ensures that the engineering, health, and safety communities have an independent, influential role in providing alternate perspectives during the decision-making process.

Click here to learn more about Technical Authority.

 

NASA FAC-P/PM Certification Program

Explore this NASA program that aligns with federal requirements to certify Program/Project Managers (P/PMs) who currently lead programs or projects with lifecycle costs exceeding $250 million.

Click here to learn more about the NASA FAC-P/PM program.