If you do not recertify by your recertification deadline, your certification goes into Suspended status, your name is removed from the ASMC website, and a $50 late fee is applied. After 90 days in Suspended status, your certification goes Inactive.
I can tell that I’m not going to have enough time to finish my CPEs by my recertification deadline. Is there some way to buy a little more time to complete them?
A 90-day recertification extension is available for those who need additional time, but it must be requested BEFORE your recertification deadline. Request this extension by marking the "CDFM Extension" option on a CDFM Recertification Form and emailing the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your suspended certification can be reactivated by logging on to to your ASMC account, paying the missed recertification fee plus a $50 late recertification fee, and sending proof of earning 80 CPEs since the start date of the lapsed certification cycle to email@example.com.
Your inactive certification can be reinstated once you submit proof of earning 80 CPEs since the start date of the lapsed certification cycle and pay one Recertification Fee plus a $100 Reactivation Fee. If events beyond your control, such as a deployment or a medical situation, interfered with your ability to recertify on time, some [...]
You can locate your recertification deadline by logging in to your ASMC account and clicking on “Update Profile.” You will find it in the “CDFM Expires” field.
To keep your CDFM or CDFM-A certification active, pay the recertification fee ($25 for members or $45 for non-members) and complete 80 CPEs by your recertification deadline. The 80 CPEs must include 2 CPEs in an ethics-related topic, and at least 20 CPEs must be earned per year.
You can recertify your CDFM by logging on to your ASMC account and clicking on "Recertify CDFM".