The AGA DC Chapter is in its 67th year of improving governmental financial and performance management and has developed the accompanying operating plan to delivering platinum-level service to our members. This plan is grounded in the interests of our members and supporters who have expressed the desire to lead the financial management, audit and performance professionals through the age of “accountability and transparency” and the many legislative requirements, administrative directives, and standards that offer challenges and rewards. This year’s plan offers numerous prospects for professional growth and development, networking, certification, and other benefits to our members.


P.O. Box 432
Falls Church, VA 22040


Upcoming Events

February 2019 AGA DC Chapter Luncheon

The AGA DC Chapter hosts a series of monthly luncheons featuring a prominent speaker to address current events, issues and initiatives that impact the Federal community. We anticipate another exciting season of speakers, and look forward to having you join us.

Location: The Hamilton Live
Date: February 20, 2019
Federal Accounting Research, February Workshop

AGA DC chapter members Alan Perry and Monica Valentine are excited to offer a new 4-hour federal accounting research workshop for local AGA chapter members free of charge. In this workshop, participants will develop, improve, and refine their federal accounting research skills and earn 4 CPE credits. Be sure to register early for either the January or February session! There are only 32 seats available in each session.

Location: KPMG LLP Office - 1801 K Street, N.W. Washington D.C. 20006
Date: February 21, 2019
AGA Multi-Chapter NLT 2019 Happy Hour

Please join AGA Early Careers of the Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and Montgomery / Prince George’s County Chapters for lite fare and drinks at the end of the AGA National Leadership Training (NLT).

Location: Elephant & Castle, 1201 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20004
Date: February 28, 2019

Chapter News

Kearney & Company is looking for an IT Senior Associate to join the team. The IT Senior Associates help Federal government customers implement security solutions that go beyond merely achieving security compliance, but enable them to overcome obstacles and further their agency’s mission. This position carries managerial responsibilities including client delivery, staff development, and new business development. 

The AGA DC Chapter Awards Committee invites you to submit your nominations recognizing DC Chapter members for their contributions to the DC Chapter AGA.

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