Our Mission

The AGA Boston Chapter serves
professionals in the government financial   
management community by providing
quality education, fostering professional
development, and participating in local
community projects for the enhancement of
everyone in the New England area.
Our Profile

The Boston Chapter has over 300
professionals from federal, state and local
governments, public accounting firms,
colleges and universities, and private
firms. The chapter's membership also
includes students, self-employed, and
retired individuals.

Many members hold advanced degrees
as well as professional certifications such
as Certified Public Accountant (CPA),
Certified Government Financial Manager
(CGFM), Certified Fraud Specialist

Certified Internal Auditor (CIA),
and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

Each year the Chapter hosts successful
educational sessions and a Regional
Professional Development Conference.
The Chapter's meetings introduce timely
topics presented by quality speakers from
a variety of organizations.

The newsletter, The Boston's Beacon,
provides a monthly president's message,
interesting articles, National and New
England AGA information and general
membership news.
"Current issue of
the Chapter
Newsletter "The
Boston Beacon"
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Home of the AGA 2017 PDT
Next Chapter Education Events

Online Replay - "Many Faces of Fraud
Seminar" - August 9 and
September 6

Online Replay - "Fraud Risks and Ethics"
ugust 23 and September 20

Click here for information about the
virtual session and registration.
Click here to make a
credit card payment for
any training that you
have received an
Home of the (again)
World Champion
New England Patriots

2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016
The AGA Boston Chapter has planned a
scramble style golf tournament for members
and potential members at Mount Hood Golf
Club in Melrose, MA on Friday, July 21, 2017
at 8:00am. For info
click here.

The cost per player is $90 which includes 18
holes with cart, lunch, and prizes.  We hope
you can all make it on Friday, July 21, 2017!

For those who don't golf please consider
joining us for lunch for $20 a person.

Please contact Caitlin Hogan at
chogan@doe.mass.edu to register (or
this form for the event. Registration