Included in this year’s registration fee, Virtual PDI (VPDI) 2017 is now available for purchase!

Did you miss PDI 2017 in San Diego? By accessing Virtual PDI 2017, there’s no need to miss out on quality programming and valuable CPEs.

VPDI 2017 will allow you to access all of the premiere content and educational resources available to on-site attendees.  Virtual PDI is also great option for those those attendees looking to obtain additional CPEs.  As in past years, in-person PDI 2017 attendees will still need to register (but not pay) to access VPDI 2017.  VPDI 2017 will continue to provide access to workshops, presentations, and mini courses in an online format that users can access and learn from at their own pace.

To purchase or register for Virtual PDI 2017, please visit www.asmconline.org/pdi-2017.


Courses available via Virtual PDI 2017:

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Mini Courses:

13A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competency – Budget Execution (PL3).
Budget Execution and Performance Integration

14A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competencies – Accounting Concepts, Policies and Principles – 1.5 hrs (PL3) and Budget Concepts, Policies and Principles – 1.0 hrs (PL3). Budgeting and Accounting: Making the Connection

15A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competency – Accounting Analysis (PL3).
Cost Concepts for Accounting Analysis

16A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competency – Financial Management Analysis (PL3).
Cost-Benefit Analysis

17A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competency – Decision Support (PL3).
Concepts, Techniques and Tools that Support Performance Budgeting

18A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competency – Decision Support (PL3).
Operational Decision Support

19A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competency – Decision Support (PL3).
Business Case Analysis

20A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competency – Decision Support (PL3).
Enabling Informed Decision Making

21A/B. DoD Certification Level 2. Competency – Audit Concepts, Policies and Principles (PL3). Internal Controls: Meeting Federal Requirements for Accountability

23A/B. DoD Certification Level 3. Competency – Budget Execution (PL5).
Budget Execution and Performance Integration

24A/B. DoD Certification Level 3. Competency – Financial Management Analysis (PL5).
Analytical Decision Making for Financial Managers

25A/B. DoD Certification Level 3. Competency – Advanced Financial Management (PL5). The Economic Environment and the Application of Economic Tools Supporting Financial Managers

26A/B. DoD Certification Level 3. Competency – Decision Support (PL5).
Multi-criteria Decision-making for Financial Managers

27A/B. DoD Certification Level 3. Competency – Decision Support (PL5).
Decision Support for Leaders

28A/B. DoD Certification Level 3. Competency – Decision Support (PL5).
Risk Management

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7A/B. DoD FM Certification User Training (Part A & Part B)

31. Current Budget Issues

32. Budget Execution 102

33. The 115th Congress and the DoD Budget

34. Congressional Enactment Process

35. 50 Questions Every Budget Analyst or BFM Should Be Able to Answer

37. Resources: What Do We Really Need?

43. Current Issues in DoD Financial Operations ─ Looking Beyond the FIAR

44. Antideficiency Act ─ Practical Application

45. Responsibilities of Government Officials

46. United States Code Title 31:  A History of Bad Behavior by Executive Branch Agencies

47. Shared Services 2017 ─ The Federal Government and DoD Direction

48. DATA Act Compliance for Financial Managers

50. You Know How DFAS Supports DoD Appropriated Funds, Now Learn about DFAS Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) Financial Services Support to DoD

51. Financial Institutions Operating on DoD Installations

53. Sprint Across the Goal Line to Audit Via a Simplified, Standard, Modern FM Environment!

54. Simplifying our Information Technology and Business Environment

55. G-Invoicing ─ Bringing Intragovernmental Buy/Sell Trading Partners Together

56. Leveraging Inherent ERP Capabilities and the Power of System Integration

57. Partnering on Business Systems Technology

58. PPBE Shared Services Success with the Defense Agencies Initiative (DAI)

59. How DoD Financial Management Systems Play a Key Role in Auditability and Managing DoD’s Financial Resources

61. Audit is the Department’s Best Friend

63. The Audit Cycle A Never Ending Journey

64. What’s So Critical About our Audit Critical Capabilities?

65. After Several “Clean” Audit Opinions in a Row, What are Key USCG Property Lessons Learned and Remaining Issues

66. Financial Compilation Process

67. Ready, Aim, FIAR, Audit ─ Beginning Balance Strategies

68. Peeling the DoD Audit Onion ─ Pervasive Accounting Issues and How to Proactively Address Them

69. Mission Critical Assets ─ Considerations for Implementing the “Go Forward” Environment to Address Evolving Standards and Audit Readiness Challenges across the Department of Defense

70. “This Land is Your Land…on the Balance Sheet;” FASAB Research and Findings of the Accounting and Reporting of Government Land Project

71. The Case for Reasonable Estimates of GPP&E Post-Clean Opinion

72. Use of Analytical and Reporting Tools to Address Audit Concerns

73. TI-97 Audit Challenges and Remediation Plan to Drive Strategy Execution

75. “What the SOC?”:  A Reporting Entities’ Guide to Evaluating a SOC 1 Report

76. Using DoD SSAE 16 / 18 Service Organization Control (SOC) Reports to Support Your Audits and A-123 Compliance Requirements (Update)

77. Audit Readiness in Full:  A Discussion of Agencies Pre-Clean Opinion, Getting a Clean Opinion, and Post-Clean Opinion

78. Auditors Generals – The Evolving Role of Auditors General

79. Manager’s Toolkit for a Successful Financial Statement Audit Engagement

80. Enterprise Risk Management:  Updating the Value Proposition

81. Risk: It’s More than Modeling Uncertainty

82. CFO Role in Cyber SecurityCFO Role in Cyber Security

83. Prioritizing Risks at Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Fleet Management to Inform Budgetary and Strategic Decisions

84. Streamlining Compliance through GRC – Integrating A-123 Updates and More!

85. Linking Internal Control with Lean Six Sigma and ISO 9000 Quality Management

87. Audit and Financial Management Analytics in DoD are a ‘Big Data’ Problem

88. Story Telling with Data Visualization

90. Visualizing and Using Spending Data

91. Fact Based Decision Making

92. Cost Benefit Analysis

93. What Do You Think about That; Critical or Not?

94. Perfectly Off-Center: When Our Decisions Defy Economics

95. Maximizing Excel 2013 Capability ─ Driving Business Intelligence (BI)

97. Cost Management Versus Cost Accounting:  Should I Care?

98. Cost Management Implementation Perspectives from Fort Belvoir

99. Preparing the Way for “Every Dollar Counts” Cost Analysis

102. Earned Value and the Acquisition Program

103. Financial Management and Program Management: Integration and Intersections

104. Indirect Cost Rates – Your Biggest Contract Cost Driver?

105. Shaping Future Program Success: Cost, Budget and Opportunity Management Considerations in the Acquisition Strategy

106. DCAA-DCMA-DFAS Roles in Contract Close-out ─ It’s a Team Effort

108. DoD FM Certification Update

109. FM Competencies and Your Professional Development

110. Continuing Education and Training (CETs) and How to Get There on a Shoestring Budget

112. Building Employee Engagement in the FM Workforce

113. Leadership Keys to Success ─ A Pathway to Excellence

114. The Power of 8s

115. Taking Care of People

116. Taking Care of Customers

117. Master the Art of the Successful Interview

118. Maximize the Value of Your Resource Management Experience

119. How to Ask Powerful Questions

120. Executive Coaching

121. DoD Business Advisors─Unique Opportunities and Roles for Financial Managers

122. Having a Seat at the Table – Look at Me When We’re Talking

123. Make Training Fun

124. MICROSOFT – Power View and Power Map