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developing and training government financial professionals to excel as leaders

February 23–24 | Washington, District of Columbia | 14 CPEs

 

Registration and fees

  Online     Email/mail
AGA member    
Early Bird (by Jan. 28)   $525 $550
Standard (after Jan. 28)   $625 $650
Nonmember    
Early Bird (by Jan. 28) $700 $725
Standard (after Jan. 28) $800 $825
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Welcome to the 2022 National Leadership Training!

National Leadership Training (NLT) is the essential event for developing and training government financial professionals to excel as leaders in today’s competitive market. Don’t miss this opportunity to share best practices, find new solutions to challenges, network with peers and learn from the top financial management leaders and industry experts. This training offers up to 14 CPE hours.

Here's what some past virtual event attendees had to say about the NLT 2021: 

 Every single AGA event I have attended over the past more than 10 years has been very well organized and conducted. Every topic has been completely appropriate and every presentation I have attended has been very informative. The AGA is the best at hosting CPE and related events. I vouch for that!" 
—NLT 2021 Attendee

"The NLT 2021 was very well done and delivered. As much I enjoy the in person training, I felt like I was right there with all the communication going on in the chat bar and had a front seat for all the sessions. Hats off to AGA for putting a great conference!”
—Richa Rasa, NLT 2021 Attendee

“The NLT2021 was great and a great experience because it brought tools, ideas, updates, and insights that were relevant and forward looking. I did not experience ZOOM fatigue at any point which was a plus; it speaks to the effectiveness of the delivery especially.”
—Dr. Amelia Hart, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

“This was the best Training EVER. I loved the Water Cooler Comedy segments. We need to laugh a little more in this profession, as managers and as people. It really is the best medicine in times like these of uncertainty of going back to working in-person, dealing with kids, and continuing to encourage your teams who are teleworking and struggling personally. The speakers were phenomenal. And just as I was going to cut off and not attend the final session, that speaker grabbed my attention and I didn't want to leave. I loved the fact that there were so many women leading the discussions, and women of color which was so great to see the diversity in this training. AMAZING. That alone was inspiring. Keep up the great work. Continue to push for diversity and keep doing what you're doing because it's working and it's effective.”
—Jacqueline Thompson, Deputy Comptroller for Accountancy, City of New York Office of the Comptroller

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