PDT 2022 offers 24 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours
NASBA's CPE calculation
50 minute session = 1 CPE
75 minutes session = 1.50 CPEs
For more information about speakers and session descriptions, please see the agenda/technical committee page.
Program level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: This program is suitable for participants who have attained at least mid-level within an organization; have knowledge, skills and ability commensurate with that level; and have operational and/or supervisory responsibilities.
Advance preparation: None required.
Delivery method: Group Internet-based (virtual)
Learning objective: At the conclusion of PDT 2021, participants will have learned about the latest developments in government financial management and ways to implement ideas, tools and resources into their procedures. Attendees will also be able to network with top-notch professionals from federal, state and local governments, academia and the private sector and learn from them about ways to plan and build stronger projects and ensure greater success at all agency levels.
CPE Tracking Process
AGA adheres to the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) standards for CPE programs, which require an attendance verification process for all training events.
In-Person Participant (Anaheim, CA)
AGA scans name badges at varying times and will use this information to tally your education session attendance and create your CPE certificate. For each individual session, you must attend the entire session to receive credit. Participants who arrive more than 10 minutes late for a session or depart early may not receive credit.
Virtual Participation (from your home/office)
During the course of this virtual training event, you will be required to click on a series of pop-up boxes that will appear at random times. When these boxes pop up, you will have a brief period of time to click on the “Continue Viewing” button. If you fail to click on these pop-ups, you will be ineligible to claim CPE credits for that session.
Announcing the pop-up alertness checks to fellow attendees in the chat box during a session is against NASBA policy. Doing so may cause you to be ineligible to earn the CPE credit.