OMG Certified Systems Modeling Professional™ (OCSMP™)
In The News
- UML Technology Institute (UTI) Becomes Certification Partner in OMG Program to Certify Practitioners of Model-Based Systems Engineering Using SysML
UTI Will Administer Certification Program in Japanese Language Throughout Asia
- OMG Announces Program to Certify Practitioners of Model-Based Systems Engineering Using SysML
Founding Sponsors Lockheed Martin, IBM, and Sparx Systems Underwrite Examination Preparation
- OMG and INCOSE Join Resources on OMG's New Certification Program for Systems Modeling Language Practitioners
Subject Matter Expert Testimonials
"IBM is a long time supporter of MBSE and SysML. The increased demand for intelligent, instrumented and interconnected products and services make these technologies and best practices critical to the design and development of innovative products. We are pleased to have the opportunity to work with the OMG and the other sponsors to develop a formal certification program that provides System Engineers appropriate recognition of their skills within the community."
Greg Sikes, Director of Modeling and Architecture for IBM Rational® Software
"A model-based approach is a key element in advancing the practice for complex systems development. We are proud to work with OMG in sponsoring this important certification effort."
Jeff Wilcox, Lockheed Martin's Corporate Vice President of Engineering
“Sparx Systems is proud to be working with the OMG and our esteemed colleagues to launch the OCSMP certification program. This program will usher MBSE into the new frontier. It’s the first program to certify SE professionals in the application of SysML with industry-standard SE practices and as a result - it’ll advance this field by cultivating a new wave of innovative and exciting industry opportunities.”
Sam Mancarella, Chief Technology Officer of Sparx Systems
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OCUP, OCRES, OCEB and OCSMP are joint programs of the OMG and the UML Technology Institute (UTI).