Ohio GFOA was the first organization formed in Ohio with the capacity to act as a conduit for the flow of information among all local governments.

The organization is governed by a board of trustees elected by the membership and composed of three representatives from each of its seven membership categories.

For further information or questions, please contact the Ohio GFOA 

Membership Year
Begins on January 1 and ends December 31

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Renewal Process begins November 1st

Membership Services

  • Ohio GFOA offers access to a network of Ohio finance officers.
  • Ohio GFOA Education Committee puts on one-day and two-day seminars that help our members keep up-to-date on what’s happening in Ohio government finance. Throughout the year, members attend presentations on topics ranging from legislative updates to economic analysis and review. Speakers are chosen from government offices and state associations as well as from the private sector.
  • Ohio GFOA’s Fall Conference & Annual Meeting, held each fall, is an important gathering of finance officers from across the state. Members meet to get an in-depth look at the issues facing the industry and to earn continuing education credits necessary to their profession.
  • Ohio GFOA’s e-mail alerts report on the activities of the association, serve as a source of news for and about our members, and provides information about industry topics of interest.
  • Ohio GFOA’s membership directory provides a statewide roster of Ohio’s finance officers.
  • Substantial discounts for seminar/conference registrations.
  • Ohio GFOA offers scholarships to its members.

Governmental Institutions

Total revenues entity-wide (total government revenues per most recent fiscal year-end):

Under $6 million - $40
Under $10 million - $60
$10 – $25 million - $65
Over $25 million - $70

Non-Governmental Institutions - $140

Associate Membership - $20 (students, interns, and retirees)