The WFOA Education Committee’s mission is to provide professional and relevant training to our membership. This committee is made up of elected officials and public employees who have the responsibility for or are employed in any aspect of governmental finance. The Committee is also open to Affiliate Members.
Watch this presentation to find out the benefits and what the committee does. WFOA Education Committee conference presentation – with timing
Professional Development and Sustainability Committee
The WFOA Professional Development and Sustainability Committee is dedicated to providing WFOA members with opportunities to further their professional development and to build a sustainable workforce in government finance through recruitment, internships, scholarships and recognition programs.
The WFOA Professional Development and Sustainability program includes active recruitment of college students for intern positions with our members entities and with the State Auditors Office; providing financial assistance for education and for intern programs; and the recognition of outstanding Finance Professionals.
The Conference Committee is tasked with the responsibility of planning and facilitating the annual WFOA conference. The conference is a 4 day event that occurs in September of each year. The conference Committee with the direction of the WFOA President plans the location, the theme, the venue, the meals, and the entertainment. During the conference the committee will handle all the logistics and run the registration. It takes many people and different skills to plan this event successfully. Please consider to volunteer!
The purpose of the Professional Rules and Operational Standards (PROS) Committee is to provide WFOA members with information regarding changes in governmental accounting and auditing standards as well as updates on significant legislation and rules from various regulatory agencies. Additionally, the committee provides information on the resources available for implementation of adopted accounting and report standards and encourages participation in state and federal regulatory and legislative processes.