Want to stand out in the field of Contract Management? Choose your path and become a leader. Use the following information to compare the requirements for the National Contract Management Association's certification options.

Certified Professional Contract Manager TM

This certification is for both government and commercial contract managers.

Bachelor's Degree required: Yes

Work experience required: More than five years

Hours of continuing professional education required: More than 120 hours

Application fee: $210 for National Contract Management Association members, $410 for non-members

Exam fee: $125 for U.S. applicants, $150 for non-U.S. applicants

Certified Federal Contract Manager TM

This certification is for professionals supporting federal government initiatives, based on the Federal Acquistion Regulation.

Bachelor's Degree required: Yes

Work experience required: More than two years

Hours of continuing professional education required: More than 80 hours

Application fee: $150 for National Contract Management Association members, $350 for non-members

Exam fee: $125 for U.S. applicants, $150 for non-U.S. applicants

Certified Commercial Contract Manager TM

This certification is for commercial contract managers, based on the Uniform Commercial Code.

Bachelor's Degree required: Yes

Work experience required: More than two years

Hours of continuing professional education required: More than 80 hours

Application fee: $150 for National Contract Management Association members, $350 for non-members

Exam fee: $125 for U.S. applicants, $150 for non-U.S. applicants

Certified Contract Management Associate TM

This certification is for contract management professionals with demonstrated proficiency in the knowledge of the Contract Management StandardTM.

Bachelor's Degree required: Yes, or one year of work experience

Work experience required: one year

Hours of continuing professional education required: More than 40 hours

Application fee: To be determined

Exam fee: $125 for U.S. applicants, $150 for non-U.S. applicants