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The Washington, D.C., area’s certification programs are getting bigger.

The Federal Election Commission issued a new certification for project managers and project leaders, and more states are now looking at the idea of getting in on the ground floor.

Here’s how you can get started.1.

Start small.

Start small.

You don’t need to go as far as creating a full-fledged organization or even a separate entity.

That’s the point.

It’s a very short-term goal, and it’ll probably not have a lasting impact.

The first step is to create your own personal project management platform.

There are plenty of sites to choose from, such as CreateAProject.com and Trello.

Create a personal project manager.

Your goal should be to create projects that are useful to the organization, not just for your own self.2.

Get a team.

You can start a project manager with a team of project managers.

The first person to get a project going will probably be the project manager and most of the others will be involved in some way.

It can also help to get people on the same page.3.

Set up a schedule.

Once you have a team, you can plan how to handle issues, communicate with the rest of the team and help the team keep up with your schedules.

You can set up a time for meetings and send emails.

You’ll want to get everyone on the site’s calendar so you can easily share what you’ve done.4.

Make sure the website is secure.

You should create a secure website for your team, but don’t assume it’s secure.

It depends on how you’ve set up your site.

You might want to add a password-protected area on the front page so that you don’t accidentally enter your own information.5.

Create a roadmap.

As soon as you get a chance to create new projects, you should start drawing up a roadmap for each one.

You need to get the project managers involved in it, too.

Once you have that, it’s time to go to work.

To get started, check out our guide on how to get started on a project.