Important Notes:

  • We have added more concurrent sessions this year! In past years the conference officially kicked off at the Welcome Reception on Wednesday evening; in 2020 there will be a block of concurrent sessions on Wednesday, April 1st from 3:00 - 4:15 pm.

When is the NYGFOA Annual Conference?

The AC 2020 week begins on Tuesday, March 31 with Pre-Conference sessions. The Pre-Conference is a combination of Government Finance Institute (GFI) offerings, as well as seminars on specific skill-based training. These sessions are not included in the AC registration fee and require separate registration. The Pre-Conference is a great opportunity to get some intensive training before all the conference action begins.

Who should attend?

The NYGFOA Annual Conference is centered around NYS government finance officers, as well as private sector members from respected organizations and services within the government finance industry. Whether you are nearing retirement, just beginning your career, or in between, we invite you to join us and take part in the various learning and networking opportunities.

Why Attend the Annual Conference?

The NYGFOA Annual Conference offers a valuable, cost-conscious investment in your professional growth and knowledge that you can bring back to your municipality. Throughout the conference, there are multiple opportunities to connect with peers, share ideas, and inspire the professional development of those around you. With over 20 sessions touching on a range of government finance issues and topics to choose from, there is something for everyone. In addition, there will be a Keynote Speaker, two receptions, a banquet, and Game Night.

The NYGFOA Annual Conference (AC) is a multi-day event to learn, network, share ideas, celebrate member accomplishments and grow together as a community. The Annual Conference is a highly anticipated event within the NYS government finance community with over 600 government finance professionals and private sector representatives throughout New York State coming together in the Capital city.