Welcome to the VLGAA

The Virginia Local Government Auditors Association is a statewide organization dedicated to promoting the local government audit profession.

 

FALL CONFERENCE

Please join the Virginia Local Government Auditors Association (VLGAA) in Ashland, VA for the 2014 VLGAA Fall Conference
(up to 16 CPE). This informative, yet fun-filled, two day-long conference will cover:

- The Art of the Finding, Leita Hart-Fanta, Owner, Audit Skills and Yellowbook-CPE.com
- Ethics and Compliance Programs and How to Audit them, Chris Horton, Audit Manager, Fairfax County Public Schools
- GAO Green Book, Grant Simmons, Senior Auditor, GAO
- Continuous Monitoring, Alan Ash, Audit Director, Toronto Auditor General’s Office
- ALGA Peer Review Workshop, Theresa Weatherman, School Board Auditor, Fairfax County Public Schools and Drew Harmon, Municipal Auditor, City of Roanoke

For only $95.00 (members) and $110.00 (non-members) you can experience our Day One stellar line-up of high-level audit professionals from leading organizations as they share their insights on these hot topics. For $75.00 (members and non-members) you can add the Day Two ALGA Peer Review Workshop. Hope to see you in Ashland!

Register Now!

 

 

Our Objectives Are

To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and methodologies.
To promote compliance with professional standards.
To provide an association to work together for common interest.
To share knowledge concerning local government auditing.

A Little History

In 1988, a small group of Virginia Local government auditors started meeting to share methods and common experiences. This small group has developed into a formal organization with over 100 members statewide.

Membership Benefits

VLGAA is your advocate on issues affecting local government auditing.

VLGAA Offers