What is AGA?

AGA is a professional member organization for government financial management professionals nationwide. AGA national chapter was established in April 1951 and AGA San Francisco Chapter was one of the early chapters that established in December 1952. For about 65 years, AGA San Francisco Chapter has helped members build their skills and advance their careers through training and events, professional certification, publications and ongoing education.

 

How many members do they have?

AGA has about 100 chapters and 14,000 members in the U.S. and worldwide. The San Francisco Chapter has about 70 members, who include elected officials, senior executives, mid-level managers, entry-level employees, from the government, academia, and private sectors.

 

Who can sponsor the AGA San Francisco Chapter?

Any organization or individual can sponsor our chapter. AGA sponsors are for organizations or individuals interested in seeking an identity with a respected non-partisan, not-for-profit organization. Being a sponsor offers opportunity for increased national visibility, and identification with fiscal transparency and accountability initiatives. Sponsors are recognized as major contributors to the value and success of AGA and the community at large. Sponsors can include, but not limited to, public accounting firms, major system integrators, IT companies, management consulting firms, financial services organizations, and education and training companies.

 

What are the benefits for chapter sponsors?

Your company logo, name and contact information will be published in our website for a year, with direct link to your company website. Your company logo, name and contact information will also be published in our monthly newsletters that are distributed to over 150 accounting professionals every month.

 

How do I participate?

Please contact our chapter president for more information.