2019

ENGINEERING COMPANY KAZGIPRONEFTETRANS LLP successfully passed the international IPMA Delta® certification.

ENGINEERING COMPANY KAZGIPRONEFTETRANS LLP successfully passed the international IPMA Delta® certification.

KGNT is one of the few organizations in the world that has confirmed compliance with the high competence class IV – “Managed” and the first and only certified organization in the world to have the IV competence class according to the new IPMA Delta® V 4.0 standard.

The Kazakhstan Project Management Association granted a certificate certifying that the organization has standards, structures and processes for managing projects, programs and portfolios that are applied throughout the organization and are supervised by management.

The assessment was carried out by Sergey Dmitrievich Bushuev (Ukraine), D.Eng.Sc., professor, an academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, the New York Academy of Sciences, a member of the Board of Directors of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), the head of the group of international assessors IPMA Delta, the leading assessor, and Svetlana Viktorovna Murzabekova (Kazakhstan), Ph.D. in Economics, IPMA (A), MBA, IPMA Delta assessor. The assessment was also attended by the Director of the Kazakhstan Project Management Association for, Ph.D., associate professor, project manager of IPMA – Mayra Khabizhanovna Khusainova (Kazakhstan) and the head of the KPMA certification center – Rakhmatullo Saydullaev (Kazakhstan).

The international assessment of the project management competence class and certification of the organization according to the IPMA Delta® model is an independent assessment of the real success and potential ability of the organization to manage projects in accordance with international standards and best practices. This is a globally recognized high level of management and quality management of projects, programs and portfolios. Certified organizations are entered into a single international registry. IPMA Delta® is recognized in more than 70 countries.