DoD Financial Management Certification Training

DoD Financial Management Certification Training

DoD Financial Management Certification Training

Achieve and Maintain Your DoD FM Certification.

If you are seeking DoD financial management certification, GSUSA has more than 100 courses that are mapped to DoD competencies, each of which are available for individual registration or for on-site delivery. For those who are already certified, taking GSUSA classes can help you maintain your certification at all three levels.

See below for lists of approved GSUSA courses that are aligned to DoD competencies:

Congratulations on your accomplishment! Now that you’ve achieved the appropriate certification level for your position, you are properly trained to tackle the challenges ahead and to provide outstanding decision support to DoD leadership.

It is also time to turn your attention to sustaining your certification. With its array of Continuing Education and Training (CET) courses in a wide variety of subjects, Graduate School USA is your one-stop resource for maintaining your certification.

View our CET courses in financial management and many other subjects.

Graduate School USA is committed to supporting those in public service with resources that help you grow and advance – through a range of federally focused courses and programs.

For nearly a century, we have been government’s training partner and the leader in federal training. We are dedicated to preparing our federal workforce to advance their careers and achieve their agencies’ missions by delivering the tools you need for success. This includes working with the American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC).

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Disclaimer: These courses have been aligned by the DoD, Office of the Under Secretary of the Comptroller, to the DoD-approved Financial Management and Leadership competencies for the specific area of study. The DoD course alignments serve neither as an advertisement, endorsement, or a recommendation of any privately developed and maintained courses for continuing education.