The Integrated Project Team (IPT)
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As required by both statutory and regulatory actions, Integrated Project Teams (IPT) have become a standard requirement for many federal government project and program environments. However, some audits have shown that many IPTs are in name only – without impacting program/project success. In this course, participants will learn and apply the most effective practices in designing, chartering, establishing, and utilizing an IPT to increase the program/project’s production of acceptable deliverables for stakeholders and end-users. The concept of deploying IPTs covers both IT and non-IT programs/projects and can, if properly implemented, provide significant benefits to federal agencies and departments.
- Understand the purpose and application of Integrated Project Teams (IPT) within federal government agencies and departments
- Create a charter with the appropriate roles and responsibilities of IPT members to oversee and govern federal government programs/projects
- Describe effective IPT practices in supporting federal programs/projects through their entire life cycle
- Demonstrate high-performing IPT practices and techniques that result in successful outcomes of federal government programs/projects
Integrated Project Team (IPT) Concepts and Requirements
- Foundations of Integrated Project Teams
- Regulatory Foundations
- Integrated Project Team (IPT) Roles and
- Membership Roles
- Membership Responsibilities
- Chartering an IPT
Integrated Project Team (IPT) Practices and Procedures
- Working Practices for IT Projects IPTs
- Working Practices for Non-IT Projects IPTs
- Oversight and Governance to Projects
Application of the Integrated Project Team (IPT)
- Workload and Assessments
- Results, Outcomes, and Challenges
- Performance Techniques
Who should attend
This course applies to a large cross-section of federal employees from senior leadership team members to program/project managers, leaders for acquisition, finance, legal, IT, and human resources departments. A basic understanding of general program/project management practices is helpful and will enhance understanding of course material.