USDS, OFPP Unveil Certification Program for Federal Digital Service Procurement Professionals

The U.S. Digital Service has teamed up with the Office of Federal Procurement Policy to launch a new certification that aims to facilitate training of government digital service acquisition professionals.

USDS said Wednesday the Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting Core-Plus Specialization in Digital Services was launched in accordance with President Donald Trump’s management agenda.

The FAC-C-DS certification seeks to train acquisition professionals on how to speed up the procurement process for digital services through the Digital IT Acquisition Professional training program.

DITAP provides participants access to experts, applied learning, team-based assignments and hands-on skill building.

ICF will hold the first 12-hour per week certification course that needs to be completed for approximately six months.

Registration for the FAC-C-DS course will start on June 18 and run through June 29.

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