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|Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Quarterly|
The Outstanding Contribution to the Quarterly Award recognizes an article published in the LGAQ that makes a noteworthy contribution to the field of auditing. The following FAQ describes the award process and details.
You can also participate by becoming a judge.
To be eligible to receive an award the writer(s) must have published the article in ALGA’s Local Government Auditing Quarterly and:
Judges use the following four criteria to evaluate articles for the Outstanding Contribution to the Quarterly Award. The article must:
Articles need not be submitted or nominated by an individual author or an audit organization to be considered. The Publications Committee members nominate a group of articles from the previous year for review and selection by an independent panel of Award judges. Judges make decisions in time for the annual conference in May.
The Publications Committee Chair and/or the LGAQ Editor present the Award for Outstanding Contribution at the ALGA conference. In addition, the author and the winning article are featured in the awards announcement email.