Campus Advisories

GW classes canceled; administrative and academic offices closed on March 5

05:10am, Thursday, March 05, 2015

GW classes are canceled, administrative and academic offices are closed, and activities and events will not take place on Thursday, March 5 at all of our Washington metropolitan area campuses and locations because of inclement weather throughout the region.

When the university declares a change to its operating status, employees classified as Designated On-Site are required to report to and/or remain at work, employees classified as Essential are generally expected to telecommute, and employees classified as Non-Essential are not required to work unless directed to do so by a supervisor.

Visit CampusAdvisories.gwu.edu for information about changes to university services.

 

Certified Public Manager Programs

REDP Cohort 10 participants engage in a Big Picture Simulation exercise.
REDP Cohort 10 participants engage in a Big Picture Simulation exercise.

The Certified Public Manager (CPM) program is a nationally accredited leadership and management development program for government managers.

The core curriculum is grounded in the seven (7) CPM competencies as required by the National CPM Consortium Bylaws:

  1. Personal and Organizational Integrity
  2. Managing Work
  3. Leading People
  4. Developing Self
  5. Systemic Integration
  6. Public Service Focus
  7. Change Leadership

We offer two CPM programs, unique in the nation as the only programs accredited by the National Consortium for a local government and a region. The Program for Excellence in Municipal Management (PEMM) is accredited for the District of Columbia, and the Regional Executive Development Program (REDP) is accredited for the member jurisdictions of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. Those who complete the 300-hour, one-year program earn a national trademark designation of CPM for certified public managers.

The programs' strengths, including the use of a cohort format to establish and strengthen a network of relationships across agencies and political jurisdictions and a required government transformation project, in which participants work in small teams to develop recommendations for improving an identified area of government service, are widely acclaimed as best practices by the other members of the National Consortium.