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IFMA’s “world-class, gold standard” facility management credential program earns ANSI accreditation with seven commendations.


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IFMA’s “world-class, gold standard” facility management credential program earns ANSI accreditation with seven commendations.

American National Standards Institute

Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. American National Standards Institute articles below.


Facility Management Credential Programs Earn ANSI Accreditation

IFMA’s “world-class, gold standard” facility management credential program earns ANSI accreditation with seven commendations.

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