The Journal of Government Financial Management (Journal) is the premier resource in government financial management, featuring articles and columns from practitioners and academics who provide insights based on research and experience. The quarterly publication, produced by AGA since 1950, is distributed to members and international libraries, comprising a circulation of nearly 14,000.
The Journal audience, like AGA’s membership, is diverse. Journal readers are government financial managers in federal, state and local government, as well as in the private sector, nonprofits and academia. Non-members may purchase single copies of printed issues, based on availability, for $33 each. The annual subscription rate is $110 in the continental U.S. and $125 elsewhere. AGA membership includes a complimentary subscription of the Journal.
The Journal includes ethics questions each month, which are submitted by readers and answered by our ethics expert. Do you have an ethics question you want answered? Please submit your anonymous question so it may be reviewed and responded to by an expert on ethics. Anonymous questions, and related answers, may be published in the Journal and/or other AGA publications. We reserve the right to restrict or edit submitted content.