ABOUT AGA

 

 

 

 

The Association of Government Accounts (AGA) is a professional organization created by government finance professionals to support the careers and professional development of those working in federal, state and local governments as well as those working in the private sector and academia.  The National organization was created in 1950.  The Northern Utah Chapter of AGA was organized in 1989.

The Northern Utah Chapter provides monthly training opportunities on a variety of subjects including financial management, budgeting, accounting, economics, ethics, communication, and related legislation and taxation issues.  These monthly meetings allow members to establish relationships with individuals from various other government organizations to exchange ideas and offer solutions to common concerns and problems.  In addition to the monthly meetings, it has been the Chapter’s practice to hold an annual two-day professional development seminar in the Spring and a one-day seminar in the Fall to address both current and on-going issues related to the governmental accounting field.  All of these continuing education opportunities are offered to provide current, quality information and instruction at a very reasonable cost to the participant.

The AGA National organization, headquartered in Virginia, offers additional benefits to members. See www.agacgfm.org


Northern Utah AGA
PO Box 11926
Salt Lake City, UT  84147

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ABOUT AGA

The Association of Government Accountants (AGA) is a professional organization created by government finance professionals to support the careers and professional development of those working in federal, state and local governments as well as those working in the private sector and academia.  The National organization was created in 1950.  The Northern Utah Chapter of AGA was organized in 1989.

The Northern Utah Chapter provides monthly training opportunities on a variety of subjects including financial management, budgeting, accounting, economics, ethics, communication, and related legislation and taxation issues.  These monthly meetings allow members to establish relationships with individuals from various other government organizations to exchange ideas and offer solutions to common concerns and problems.  In addition to the monthly meetings, it has been the Chapter’s practice to hold an annual two-day professional development seminar in the Spring and a one-day seminar in the Fall to address both current and on-going issues related to the governmental accounting field.  All of these continuing education opportunities are offered to provide current, quality information and instruction at a very reasonable cost to the participant.

The AGA National organization, headquartered in Virginia, offers additional benefits to members. See www.agacgfm.org


Northern Utah AGA
PO Box 11926
Salt Lake City, UT  84147

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