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Membership Rates
The following outlines the structure and corresponding rates for both Full Member organizations and Associate Members.

Full Membership
These are employees of local government audit organizations. Local government includes all units of government except state/provincial and national. The ALGA Board may make determinations to include other entities as appropriate.  Membership cost is based on the total number of auditors in your organization.  Dues run from July 1st through June 30th of the following year.
 

# of Auditors

Annual Dues 

1-2

$210

3-5

$300

6-10

$550

11-15

$785

16-25

$1,055

26+

$1,275

     



Associate Membership
Non-local government organizations, such as state or federal government entities, CPA firms, and other interested individuals not eligible for full membership may be accepted as Associate Members as determined by the ALGA Board. Individual and Retired Members' dues are $105.  Lifetime Members get a free, one-person membership.

 

# of Individuals

Annual Dues

1-2

$105

3-5

$150

6-10

$275

11-15

$390

16-25

$530

26+

$640

                                                

             
              

Any Questions?  Please check out our FAQ below or contact Kristine Adams-Wannberg.


Membership Rate Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I pay these rates?  What am I getting out of ALGA? 

ALGA is a consistent and strong resource for you and all local government auditors. We provide you an excellent value in a variety of areas:  

  • ALGA has seen expanded use of our advocacy efforts as more audit organizations’ purpose is challenged. 
  • ALGA is a recognized professional association whose input is valued by standard setting bodies through our feedback on standard setting exposure drafts and through a position on GASAC. 
  • ALGA’s peer review program is unrivaled in providing benefits to organizations in addressing compliance with professional standards (yellow and red book peer reviews). 
  • AGLA continues to offer excellent continuing professional education through training and increased webinars and regional trainings. 

                   
I’m a Lifetime Member.  How do I make sure I can get my free membership?
We should be able to change you over in the data base without a problem.  If there is an issue, though, please contact Kathleen Young at ALGA Member Services at .   


I’m a Retired Member.  What does that mean for me?
                           
Retired members will pay for a membership of one individual.


I’m an Associate Member that is an organization.  How do I figure out my rates?

ALGA will establish professional agreements with professional associations, such as AGA, NASACT, the Intergovernmental Audit Form, etc.  Dues for other organizations will be based on the size of the organization.  For a few of our associate members, we will have to use professional judgment on what constitutes the “organization”. For example, for a state audit organization, it would be based on the size of the audit function, rather than the broader organization.  Please contact Kathleen Young at ALGA Member Services at to discuss.