AGA DC Chapter - 2024 Spring Training

Advancing Government Innovation

Registration is now open for the 22nd Annual AGA DC Chapter Hybrid Training Event! This year’s event, sponsored by the DC & Northern Virginia AGA chapters, will take place on May 7th & 8th, 2024. Similar to years past, you are able to join us either in-person or virtually and earn up to 16 CPE credits.

For those attending in person, we are returning to the same site as the 2023 training at Marymount University Ballston-Center; 1000 N Glebe Rd, Arlington, VA 22201 -

Virtual attendance will be conducted through our new partnership with BroadcastMed.

This year's training will offer ethics training that meets VA, DC, and MD CPE requirements. The agenda is expected to include these topics and more:

  • Keynote speakers: Taka Ariga (GAO) and David Lebryk (Treasury)
  • Ethics, recruitment and retention of diverse talent;
  • Understanding AI Challenges;
  • Accounting for Loans;
  • Diversity in Finance;
  • Potential for Generative AI in CFO Organizations;
  • Improving Data Quality for usage with AI and other technologies;
  • More to come!

Don't miss this opportunity to hear firsthand from top government leaders about current issues impacting innovation in Federal financial management and related functions! For more information on the training, please see the AGA DC website.

Group Registration:

Agencies/Organizations can select group registration for 5 or more attendees for a reduced price per attendee (7% discount for each Member and Non-Member price). Please note that you must have information for each attendee that you are registering for the group registration at the time of registration.

Please email Tyler Hampton ( for information and support registering.

Logistics & Other Important Information:

Tickets: The in-person ticket price includes continental breakfast & lunch & break-time refreshments both days as well as a cocktail hour at the end of day 1. In-person cost is the same as for virtual attendance -- $350 for members and $450 for non-members.

Session space: Participants will sit in a 200-person auditorium with stadium seating. Presenters will be on a stage in front. Each chair has a portable desk to use if desired. Only covered drinks are allowed in the auditorium. There are no electrical outlets in the auditorium seating section.

Food: AGA will provide water, coffee, and tea throughout the day in the lobby outside auditorium. A buffet breakfast and a buffet lunch will be provided each day. Happy hour will occur in the lobby on Tuesday. Additional breakfast and lunch details will be provided closer to training dates.

Vendors: Vendor booths will be set up in lobby outside auditorium.

Workspace: The conference room on the 2nd can be used for work if desired. There are several common area spaces on the floors that can be used as well.


Marymount University Ballston Center’s parking garage may be accessed from the rear of the building, off N. Wakefield Street. Participants can park in spots that are not marked for Marymount or CGI for $11. Overflow parking is available in the Arlington Gateway building located across from Ballston Center at 901 North Glebe Road (Monday-Friday, 6 a.m. to 12 a.m., rates vary). Meter parking is available on N. Glebe Road and N. Fairfax Drive.


Marymount University’s Ballston Center is located at the intersection of Glebe Road and Fairfax Drive, two blocks from Ballston-MU Metro (Orange/Silver lines).

Click Here to Register!

All registration closes on April 30th, so sign up early as not to miss this informative training.