Government Finance Officers Association

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Government Finance Officers Association


Key Dates

Keep watch for upcoming GFOA key dates about early discounts on the annual conference and training registration fees, deadline dates for award program submissions, training events, committee meetings, and CPFO exams. Check out everything GFOA has to offer at www.gfoa.org.

FEBRUARY

16 Early Registration Discount Deadline for GFOA's March Training Seminars in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

21 Building a Better Budget Document Group Internet-Based Course

MARCH

2 Awards for Excellence Application Deadline

5-9 Accounting Academy: An Intensive Introduction to Governmental Accounting, Auditing, and Financial Reporting in Chicago, Illinois Space is limited

14 Considerations for Purchasing Financial Services Group Internet-Based Course

19-23 Group-Live Courses in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

19      Strategic Planning

19-20   Advanced Governmental
        Accounting

19-20   Managing the Budget Process

20-21   Investing Public Funds

21      Enterprise Fund Ac counting

21      Investing for Pension Funds

21-22   ERP Readiness and System
        Selection

22      Preparing a CAFFI

22-23   Pension and Benefit
        Administration Best Practices

23 Annual Conference Advance Registration Discount Deadline

28 Presentation of the Capital Budget Group Internet-Based Course

MAY

4 Early Registration Discount Deadline for GFOA's June Training Seminars in Renton, Washington

4 Preconference seminars in St. Louis, Missouri

4   Alliance for Excellence in School
    Budgeting--Spring Conference

4   Leadership from the Finance
    Office: Building Skills for
    Communication and Teamwork

4   Best Practices in Planning and
    Budgeting for Capital Projects

4   Leadership from the Finance
    Office: Negotiation Workshop

5 Preconference seminars in St. …

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