AXELOS

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AXELOS is a joint venture set up in 2014 by the Government of the United Kingdom and Capita, to develop, manage and operate qualifications in best practice, in methodologies formerly owned by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC).[1]

Portfolio[edit]

AXELOS manages:

  • Managing Successful Programmes (MSP)
  • PRojects IN Controlled Environments (PRINCE2)
  • Management of Risk (M_o_R)
  • Portfolio Management (MoP)
  • Management of Value (MoV)
  • ITIL (Formerly: Information Technology Infrastructure Library)
  • Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices (P3O)
  • P3M3
  • RESILIA
  • PRINCE2 Agile

There are third-party training providers, but Axelos manages certification. In April 2014, AXELOS announced that it was also launching a cyber-resilience qualification;[2] this would complement guidance available from CESG.

Background[edit]

The portfolio was originally developed for UK government, and is valuable; the government periodically requests tenders for private-sector partners to manage it. Historically, this had been APMG. However, in April 2013 Capita won the contract, under a new arrangement which required them to invest in a joint venture. Capita hold a 51% majority stake, the Cabinet Office the remaining 49%.[3] This joint venture, AXELOS, was formed in July 2013, and it took over from APMG on 01 January 2014.[4] [5] Axelos is also expected to "gamify" training materials.[6]

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