ICGFM Promotes Knowledge Transfer Among Public Financial Management Experts

Working globally with governments, organizations, and individuals, the International Consortium on Governmental Financial Management is dedicated to improving financial management by providing opportunities for professional development and information exchange.

Friday, May 1, 2015

ICGFM 29th Annual International Training Conference

ICGFM 29th Annual International Training Conference

Conference Hotel Rate Ends May 1, 2015!

May 31, 2015 to June 5, 2015
Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay
Miami, Florida, USA

Sunday, May 31, 2015 - Registration: 1 - 4 PM

 Board of Directors Meeting: 2:30 PM
Conference: Monday, June 1 - 
Friday, June 5, 2015
Biscayne Bay Marriott
1633 North Bayshore Drive
Miami, FL 33123
Conference Rate 138 USD per night  

Click below to make your personal hotel reservations:
(Conference Fee does NOT include hotel.)

ROOM RATE: MAY 1, 2015



Early Rate

Must be paid in full by
May 1

Late Rate/Cash Payments

May 1 and later


*You will receive a complimentary 2015 Individual
ICGFM Membership included in your conference registration fee.

Key themes of this conference include: 

  • Innovative approaches to managing resources including performance and results
  • Emerging international standards and guidelines
  • Addressing the human resources aspect of public financial management
  • Methods of accountability including internal and external audit and social media
  • Country case studies
  • Expanding the use of E-Government to improve efficiency, effectiveness and transparency
Interested participants are encouraged to register soon to secure the discounted rates.

Conference Sponsors
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Monday, March 23, 2015

ICGFM March DC Forum, "Meet the Auditors", on YouTube!

ICGFM is proud to present the video of the 

March 2015 DC Forum, "Meet the Auditors"!

Click below to view:
 March DC Forum on YouTube

Insights on Auditing from:

Daniel S. Nelson, Assistant Director at the Office of Internal Audit and Inspection, IMF
Jorge Da SilvaExecutive Auditor, Inter-American Development BankMouhamadou Diagne, Director of Strategy & Operations-Internal Audit Vice Presidency, The World Bank GroupFacilitator: Richard Hudson, Evans Incorporated/ICGFM Program Steering CommitteePresident: Jack Maykoski, Graduate School USA andSponsor: Al Tyree, Graduate School USA

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

ICGFM DC Forum - April 1, 2015

Implementation of Domestic Resource Mobilization in Developing Countries

International Consortium On Governmental Financial Management (ICGFM)
DC Forum Luncheon

Robert E. Wuertz - Director, Office of Economic Policy, E3

·         Definition of Domestic Resource Mobilization (DRM)
·         Historical perspective - Developing countries are – developing!
·         Developing countries WANT DRM
·         Funding DRM

The discussion will focus on DRM and how developing countries are moving along the continuum from needing assistance to prosperous nations.  DRM is the natural counterpart of that development.  Description of the benefits to countries of DRM will also be discussed. How it has been done – successfully! – and what has been achieved.  Discussion of the El Salvador case and elements of other cases will be covered.  Upcoming meeting in Addis will touch on how DRM plays on the international stage.

Our Speaker:
Robert E. Wuertz is a former Mission Director and current Director for the Office of Economic Policy, E3.  In his current capacity, Mr. Wuertz manages a group of economists providing technical services to missions and key USAID initiatives including revenue mobilization and assessment of extreme poverty.  Mr. Wuertz has had many posts, including Macedonia, Iraq, Egypt, Pakistan, Manila and Ghana.  Prior to Joining USAID, Mr. Wuertz served as an Economic Advisor for the US Treasury in Saudi Arabia.  Wuertz holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Virginia, and a bachelor's in economics from Cornell University.

Location:      Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
                   1779 Massachusetts Ave., NW
                   Washington, DC 20036

Time:           12:00-1:30pm

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