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Project Management Professional (PMP) is a credential offered by the 
Project Management Institute (PMI). As of 30 June 2009 (2009 -06-30)[update], 
there were 359,973 PMP certified individuals distributed globally.
Program Management Professional (PgMP).The PgMP® credential recognizes 
demonstrated experience, skill and performance in oversight of multiple, 
related projects that are aligned with an organizational strategy.
Government, commercial and other organizations employ 
PMP certified project managers in an attempt to improve 
the success rate of projects in all areas of knowledge, 
by applying a standardized and evolving set of project 
management principles as contained in PMI's PMBOK Guide
In December 2008, PMP was number 7 of ZDNet’s 10 best 
IT certifications.
The credential is obtained by documenting 3 or 5 years work 
experience in project management, completing 35 hours of 
project management related training, and scoring a certain 
percentage of questions on a written, multiple choice examination. 
The passing score for the exam is currently 61% as of 2009. 
The PMP exam is based on the PMP Examination Specification, 
which describes tasks out of six Performance Domains:
Initiating the Project (11%)
Planning the Project (23%)
Executing the Project (27%)
Monitoring and Controlling the Project (21%)
Closing the Project (9%)
Professional and Social Responsibility (9%)
The exam consists of 200 multiple choice questions written 
against this specification. The numbers in parentheses 
describe the percentage of questions for each domain
Each exam item (a question with its possible answers) 
has one or more references to standard books or other 
sources of project management. Most of the questions 
reference the PMI A Guide to the Project Management 
Body of Knowledge (aka the PMBOK Guide)

The Project Management Framework embodies a project life cycle and five major project management Process Groups

Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, Closing

Mapped to these five process groups are nine project management Knowledge Areas:

Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, Project Time Management,

Project Cost Management, Project Quality Management,

Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management,

Project Risk Management,

Project Procurement Management




















































































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