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The Baltimore AGA has addressed issues and challenges facing accountability professionals from local, state, and federal governments, as well as private sector organizations. Currently, our range of affordable and convenient professional education opportunities, our well-respected certification program, and our website and periodic newsletters keep members in touch with the latest developments, making the Baltimore Chapter of the AGA the go-to source for government accountability.

The Baltimore Chapter of the AGA is a diverse group of individuals including students, entry-level employees, senior executives and elected officials from the State of Maryland, Baltimore City, Federal agencies and other local and state governments, school districts, colleges and universities, and private firms. Whatever your role in government financial management, the Baltimore Chapter offers a membership package that provides education, training, and tools to help you operate more efficiently and effectively.


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Upcoming Events

November Virtual Training

Date:  November 19, 2020
Location: Virtual

For November we will be holding a joint meeting with the Montgomery/PG AGA Chapter.  

CPE: 2CPE (1CPE Management; 1CPE Auditing-Government)

Description: Join the AGA Baltimore and Montgomery/Prince George's Chapters for two timely sessions. David Cotton, Cotton & Company will speak about Government Fraud Risk Management—Past, Present, and Future; Jeffrey Steinhoff, GAO, KPMG Retired, will cover CFOs of the Future: Charting a New Course Through the Seven "I"s. The event is FREE for Baltimore and Montgomery/Prince George's Chapter members, and available at a great value for all other attendees!

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