Are you a NAF Financial Manager? Are you interested in the DoD FM Certification Program?

Are you a NAF Financial Manager? Are you interested in the DoD FM Certification Program?

Starting 6 May 2019 Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) financial management professionals will have the opportunity to volunteer, in accordance with their Component guidance for entry into the NAF Pilot for the DoD Financial Management Certification Program (DFMCP). This opportunity is only open to members of the DoD NAF workforce currently assigned and working in a FM position, excluding foreign or local nationals.

** Program enrollment is open from 6 May through 15 August 2019. **

The DoD Financial Management Certification Program establishes a framework to guide your DoD FM professional development. It provides a consistent, disciplined approach to ensure you have appropriate training in key areas such as audit readiness, fiscal law, and ethics. Additionally, the program emphasizes career broadening and leadership development as you progress through your career.

To find the latest information on the NAF Pilot and how to register, go to the NAF Pilot webpage on FM Online at https://fmonline.ousdc.osd.mil/NAF/default.aspx

Please direct any NAF FM Certification Pilot Questions to osd.dfmcp_naf@mail.mil.

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