The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Program and Project Management Information System (PROMIS, also known as “P2”) is a fundamental tool in the effective management of USACE programs, thus is critical to project delivery. Every member of the program and project management community benefits from an understanding of this nuanced system, which integrates USACE-specific Project Delivery Business Processes (PDBP) in support of the efficient management of a multi-billion-dollar global portfolio of projects.
As PROMIS trainers with over a decade of experience, we’re expanding our reach to deliver the courses that equip the USACE workforce with the knowledge and skills that make up the world-class project and program management community. Classes can be virtual or in-person and customizable to meet the needs of the students. See below for the courses in development and contact for more information.

Piloting P6 Web in the PROMIS Environment

To develop a broad understanding of Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM Web in the PROMIS environment, this course explores out-of-the-box features, as well as customized functionalities employed throughout the project management lifecycle, and in conjunction with USACE project delivery business processes.

Navigating the Primavera/CEFMS Interface

Students looking for deeper understanding of the Work Item/Budget Interface at the center of USACE project management can begin here. This course explores the subtleties of the Primavera interactions, including interface requirements, input of data sources, and variances in terminology.

Recognizing the Role of PROMIS in CEMRS Analysis

PROMIS is comprised of critical information systems that interface regularly, but there is one application at the heart of the system in which manpower data originates. Explore this course to understand the Primavera/CEMRS interface, and the project attributes that make it possible.

Project Lifecycle in the PROMIS Environment

For the new user, this course examines the critical relationship between the application of the Project Delivery Business Process (PDBP) during the project management life cycle in the context of the PROMIS environment and its notable connection to efficient project delivery within the Corps.

Primavera How To

Gain a comprehensive introduction to the PROMIS environment and the key applications from which it is comprised. The focus of this course is on application interfaces and the essential business process integration of how to proficiently usher a project through the project management life cycle.

Advanced Primavera How To

Expanding on the concepts in Primavera How To, discover the application of additional features in Primavera as they relate to more advanced project management concepts and techniques. Topics include scheduling theory, earned value management, workload analysis, and metric reporting.

Navigating Corporate Management Information (CMI)

From the executive to the novice user, this course provides an in-depth demonstration of how to use the most valuable features of the CMI application. Users will identify the sources of origin for project data and learn to leverage project datasheets for effective project management and reporting.

Introduction to Network Activity Scheduling

For Primavera users looking to expand their knowledge and skillset within scheduling, this course begins with fundamental schedule management knowledge and schedule development in Primavera, then walks through industry best practices such as baselining and critical path method.

A Small Business Administration-certified Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB), Agile Group is a niche firm supporting government and commercial clients throughout the world to better manage, measure, and communicate their project portfolios.

Agile Group brings over a decade of Federal Government experience in knowledge management, program creation & execution, document management, project management and controls, SharePoint portal and web development, quality control, and training. We deliver these solutions and related services for numerous Federal agencies including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

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