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Is the PgMP also only valid for 3 years?

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We all know that the PMP is only valid for 3 years, during which the person has to gather 60 PDUs to maintain his credential or he'll lose his certification after these 3 years elapse.

Is this the same for the PgMP, does it need to be maintained? Does one need to earn PDUs to maintain it?
asked 3 years ago by anonymous

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Yes - the PgMP credential should be renewed every 3 years by earning 60 PDUs during that period.

If you don't fulfill the 60 PDU requirement within those 3 years, then your credential will be suspended immediately after the 3 year has ended, and you will have only 1 year from the date of your suspension to earn and submit 60 PDUs to PMI.

If, within that year, you still haven't earned and submitted your PDUs, then you will lose your credential and you will need to reapply.

The details can be found on Page 5 (or 7 according to the PDF file) of the PgMP handbook found here: http://www.pmi.org/~/media/PDF/Certifications/pdc_pgmphandbook.ashx
answered 3 years ago by FastProjectManager (10,100 points)

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