FMI is a cloud Institute bringing together government, industry and academia with the goal of integrating, aligning and innovating all aspects of the Facilities Operations and Management profession through continuous collaboration on core competencies, curriculum, continuing education and knowledge networking.
This file contains a .pdf version of the 2013 Update of the FBPTA Core Competencies only. This abridged version of the Competency Model is provided for easier explanation of the knowledge, skills and abilities required of personnel impacted by the FBPTA.
The Facility Management Institute will launch a Community of Practice in September of 2013 and is seeking suggestions for topics. Look here for a preliminary list of topics and post your suggestions for additions here.
Brian Gilligan, PE Sustainability Program Manager with GSA's Office of Federal High Performance Green Buildings will present a summary of HPGB initiatives including a recent roundtable of experts in the field of Indoor Environmental Quality to the senior leaders of GSA's National Capital Region. A facilitated discussion on priorities and potential performance measures for IEQ will follow.
Brian Gilligan, Sustainability Program Manager with GSA's Office of Federal High Performance Green Buildings, will discuss the Facility Management Institute (FMI). FMI is designed to act as a virtual forum for experts and practitioners from government, the private sector and Academia to interact, share best practices and find the latest thinking on subjects relevant to the operations and maintenance of buildings.
Brian Gilligan and Patrick Dale of GSA will will give a briefing to military and civilian Facility Managers at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. The presentation will provide an overview of the 2013 Annual Update and a demonstration of the FBPTA Core Competency Web Tool. Attendees will be able to use the tool first hand to conduct a personal skills assessment. The group will discuss potential pilot projects at military locations in the region.
This informal group consists of facilities representatives from the various landholding agencies impacted by the FBPTA. The Group was formed to help GSA develop, refine and maintain the Core Competencies and to assist agencies in developing plans to implement the requirements of the Act. Membership in this group is voluntary and will change over time. Requests to contact individual members should be sent to Brian Gilligan at AskFMI@gsa.gov.
On July 24, 2013 Brian Gilligan, National FBPTA Program Manager will present an overview of the 2013 Annual Update to the Core Competencies and Recommended Curriculum as well as the program's status to the Federal Facilities Council.
Time: 9am Location: National Academy of Sciences Keck Center, Room 204; webinar and conference line information to be provided.