The Personal Financial Management Program (PFMP) is offered through Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS), Marine & Family Programs, Personal and Professional Development branch.What are the requirements to maintain my PFMP?
To maintain your PfMP, you must earn 60 professional development units (PDUs) in portfolio management topics every three years. For complete information on eligibility requirements, see the PfMP Handbook.Is the PFMP certification right for You?
If you’re an executive or senior-level practitioner managing a portfolio of projects and programs aligned with organizational strategy and focused on doing the right work, then the PfMP is the right choice for you. The certification exam has 170 multiple-choice questions and you have four hours to complete it.What is the PFM program?
The PFM Program offers classes monthly to promote financial education, conducts one-on-one counseling, offers unit financial briefs and classes to promote financial readiness, and provides information and referral to help get you started on your path to financial freedom. Please visit our LIBGUIDES page for up-to-date financial information such as: