National Association of Local Government Auditors

NALGA A U.S. organization for *public sector auditors. Established in 1989 and headquartered in Lexington, KY, NALGA focuses on local government auditing. On its Web site, NALGA states that it "disseminates information and ideas about financial and performance auditing, provides training, and offers a national forum to discuss auditing issues." The NALGA publishes the *Local Government Auditing Quarterly and in 2003 the association had in excess of 500 members, comprising both individuals and organizations. Web site: www.nalga.org

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