Become a Member
Public Sector membership is open to government finance professionals or other government employees employed by villages, cities, townships, counties, park districts, library districts, fire prevention districts, state government, special districts, retirement systems, schools, colleges and universities. Dues are paid on a calendar year basis January – December. View the current IGFOA Public Sector Membership Dues Schedule here.
Use the link below to apply online. Download a PDF of the Membership Application Form here.
Apply as a Public Sector Member
Other Membership Categories and Policies
IGFOA Public Sector New Member Incentive Plan
- The incentive is for new government members only (never a member of IGFOA.)
- The new government member will pay a prorated membership rate based off of the month joined. For example, the cost of a government entity adding an additional member is $100. If the member joins in July, the amount invoiced would be $50 (i.e. $8.33 per month).
New members eligible to participate in this program should contact IGFOA at email@example.com or (630) 942-6587.
IGFOA Application for Dues Reduction for Special Districts and Special Circumstances
The Membership Committee offers a special program to reduce membership dues for special districts and special circumstances. Special districts are governmental entities that have a large population base but minimal revenues. Special circumstances refers to situations where a member is employed by a government entity but would be required to pay membership dues out-of-pocket (rather than the government entity).
Please complete this application to request a reduction in IGFOA annual dues to the lowest member rate of $150. Email the completed application and a copy of your organization’s most recent annual financial statement (for special districts) to the IGFOA’s Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org. The IGFOA Membership Committee will review the application and notify applicants of their decision.
To view IGFOA's policy on the Illinois Gift Ban Act and its application to third party payments, raffle drawings and prizes, please click here.
The IGFOA bylaws encourage members of the Association to follow the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada current Code of Professional Ethics.