As an AGA member you can expand your expertise and help shape and drive the future of government accountability.
Candidates, you can view your progress any time on the My Path to CGFM page.
To retain the CGFM certification, all CGFMs must adhere to the AGA’s Code of Ethics.
The Certified Government Financial Manager® (CGFM®) credential exemplifies experience and proficiency, distinguishing individuals who have made a significant commitment to their professional development.
Being a CGFM allows you to expand your career opportunities and distinguishes you from others in your field.
Join your peers at multiple large-scale national events throughout the year!
AGA’s convenient and affordable webinars feature experts speaking on hot topics in auditing, ethics, governmental accounting, internal controls, performance and more, making earning CPE hours easy!
The Journal of Government Financial Management (Journal), a quarterly publication produced by AGA since 1950, is a valuable resource in the profession, featuring articles and columns from practitioners and academics with insights based on research and experience.
“Accountability Talks” is AGA’s podcast focused on the government accountability community. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.
Being a Corporate Partner offers opportunity for increased national visibility, and identification with fiscal transparency and accountability initiatives.
AGA is the association that connects and empowers financial-related professionals who support government.
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Idaho Centennial Chapter is located in Boise, ID and serves the entire state as well as over 230 members made up of federal, state, and local government employees.