The Project Management Institute’s Program Management Professional (PgMP®) credential continues to increase. Approximately 800 people now have the credential, with approximately 1,000 to have attained it by the time of the PDD. Beginning February 1, 2012, PMI changed the structure of the exam based on a new Role Delineation Study, titled the Examination Content Outline. The exam now is structured into five domains: Strategic Program Management, representing 25 of the 170 questions on the exam Program Life Cycle, representing 75 of the 170 questions on the exam Benefits Management, representing 19 of the questions on the exam Stakeholder Management, representing 24 of the 170 questions on the exam Governance, representing 27 of the 170 question on the exam This three-day boot camp focuses on preparing people to take and PASS this difficult exam. It contains study tips, a discussion of the various key concepts in each of the domains as well as in the Examination Content Outline, and practice test questions.