250+ contracting officersfrom more than 35 agencies have completed our program and earned their FAC-C-DS to date.
Acquiring digital services in a constantly evolving technology landscape is a challenge for many government agencies. Starting in 2022, all federal acquisition professionals who manage digital service contracts of $7M or more will be required to have a FAC-C core-plus specialization in digital services (FAC-C-DS) certification. Acquisition professionals can earn their FAC-C-DS by completing the immersive, specialized six-month DITAP program.
Over 80%of participants responded that they’re committed to applying what they learned to their jobs.
As the first government-certified DITAP vendor, we prepare acquisition professionals to design innovative and flexible procurements for digital services as well as become change ambassadors within their organizations. Throughout the program—informed by the most current resources, tools, and best practices in digital service acquisition—you’ll:
- Acquire the skills required to execute digital service procurements and act as a qualified business advisor.
- Become equipped to work directly within an agency digital services team or acquisition innovation lab to serve as a business advisor to the team, its customers, and its stakeholders.
- Gain the knowledge to lead agency training workshops and provide consultations in order to expand digital service procurement expertise within an agency and across the government.
If you have additional questions, please email us at DITAP@icf.com.
“I have a new level of satisfaction and enjoyment with my career, and feel like I’ve had the ‘ceiling’ removed and am not constrained in my approach to new ideas or techniques and the value I can provide.”— DITAP Post-Program Survey
“I think the program was informative and practical, and I do feel that I have the knowledge and confidence to be able to assist our customers with future digital services acquisitions.”— DITAP Post-Program Survey
“I really enjoy the classroom sessions and interactions. It also illustrates how many of us, although working at various agencies, share similar challenges, bottlenecks, and obstacles.”— DITAP Classroom Session Feedback Survey