PMPs and CAPMs must represent themselves and their projects truthfully to the general public. This includes statements made in advertising, press releases, and in public forums. When project managers are involved in the creation of estimates, truth is also expected. The project manager must provide accurate estimates on time, cost, services to be provided, and realistic outcomes of the project work.
When a project is assigned to a CAPM or PMP, the project manager has the responsibility to meet the project scope as expected by the customer. PMPs and CAPMs work for the customer and must strive for customer satisfaction while fulfilling the project objectives. As part of the project implementation, the project manager keeps confidential information confidential. There is an obligation to the customer to maintain privacy, confidentiality, and nondisclosure of sensitive information.
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