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John Wrafter Distinguished Chapter Service Award - This award is the Chapter’s highest honor and recognizes outstanding contributions that have had a major impact on Chapter activities. Past recipients generally have had more than one year of significantly active service and most have also previously received the Chapter Service Award (although this is not a prerequisite).
Click here to see a list of previous winners

Outstanding Achievement in Government Accountability Award – This award recognizes government employees who have demonstrated sustained outstanding leadership and made notable contributions to government accountability.
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Click here to see a list of previous winners

Tone from the Top Award - This award recognizes those members who set the tone at the top with their staff for encouraging professional development, certification, and association membership and participation.

Thomas J. Goodfellow Chapter Champion Award – This award recognizes members who have had at least ten years of active service to AGA. It is the Chapter’s hall of fame award.

Chapter Service Award - This award is used to recognize participation above and beyond the call of duty, for matters that have made a positive impact and improvement on Chapter operations, membership, etc.

Emerging Leader Award – This new award recognizes members who have demonstrated the skills to be an outstanding leader and who have shown a commitment to improving Chapter operations.


If you have any questions about the nomination or award process, please contact Taryn Webster at tarynwebster@aol.com

On 6/6/2013 our chapter held its annual Awards Ceremony. Click here to view or download a pdf version of the 2013 Awards Brochure.

On 6/7/2012 our chapter held its annual Awards Ceremony. Click here to view or download a pdf version of the 2012 Awards Brochure.

On 6/9/2011 our chapter held its annual Awards Ceremony. Click here to view or download a pdf version of the 2011 Awards Brochure.



National Awards
These awards are presented at AGA National's Annual National Leadership Conference (NLC) (usually in February)

Federal Leadership Awards

Distinguished Federal Leadership Award - Formally recognizes individuals in either the legislative or executive branch who have made outstanding contributions to enhancing government financial management.

Elmer Staats Award - Recognizes the cumulative achievements of federal professionals who throughout their career have served as a role model for others and who have consistently exhibited the highest personal and professional standards.

State and Local Leadership Awards

Excellence in Government Leadership Award - Recognizes the cumulative achievements of a state or local government professional who throughout his/her public career has served as a role model for others and has consistently exhibited the highest personal and professional standards.

William R Snodgrass Distinguished Leadership Award - Recognizes the outstanding leadership of individuals in state government that led to improved financial management practices, policies, systems or operations and consistently exhibited the highest personal and professional standards.

Distinguished Local Government Leadership Award - Formally recognizes the outstanding leadership of individuals in local government that led to improved financial management practices, policies, systems or operations and consistently exhibited the highest personal and professional standards.

Private Sector Leadership Awards

Private Sector Financial Excellence Award - Recognizes the cumulative achievements of private sector professionals working with state and local governments, who throughout their careers have served as a role model for others and have consistently exhibited the highest personal and professional standards.

Andy Barr Award - Formally recognizes the cumulative achievements of private sector individuals working in the federal sector, who throughout their career have served as a role model for others and who have consistently exhibited the highest personal and professional standards.



These 13 National Awards recoginize the leaders advancing our profession and setting the standards for excellence. The awrds are presented at AGA National's Annual Professional Development Conference (PDC) (usually in July)
Robert W King Award - Recognizes any AGA member, except individuals serving on the National Executive Committee or employees of AGA at the time the award is presented, whose superior service has enhanced AGA prestige and stature.

Einhorn Gray Award - Recognizes any AGA member or organization that has, over a sustained period of time, made major contributions to advancing government accountability at the federal, state and/or local level.

Frank Greathouse Distinquished Leadership Award - Recognizes government employees who have demonstrated sustained, outstanding leadership and notable contributions to financial management; and encourages increased interest, growth, development and distinctive leadership in the field of financial management.

Achievement of the Year Award - Recognizes leadership or outstanding achievement in developing, implementing and improving financial management in government service in the past year.

Educator Award - Recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the education and training of government financial managers.

Cornelius E Tierney/Ernst & Young Research Award - Recognizes with a crystal award and a $1,000 check - an individuals who throughout their careers (minimum of 15 years) have made continuous contributions to governmental financial management by their direct participation in research activities and/or through their encouragement and support of others engaged in government financial management research.

International Achievement Award - Recognizes leadership or outstanding achievement in international government financial management.

Chapter Education Award - Recognizes AGA chapters that have demonstrated an outstanding commitment by providing one or more educational events.

Chapter Service Award - Recognizes service to a chapter. Eligible nominees should be viewed as regularly and consistently making important contributions to the development and enhancement of a chapter, and specifically providing distinguished or spectacular contributions to a chapter during the year of the nomination. National committee work and/or holding of a National office are not factors in consideration for this award.

Community Service Award - Recognizes AGA chapters that have done an outstanding job in community service projects.

Chapter CGFM Award - Recognizes AGA chapters that have done an outstanding job in promoting the CGFM program to its members, other accountability professionals, and their community.

Emerging Leader Award of Excellence - Recognizes younger professionals for notable contributions toward excellence in government management.

Regional Coordinator Award - Recognizes AGA Regional Coordinators who have done an outstanding job in assisting chapters in the areas of certification, chapter assistance and development, education and membership/early careers.

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