The AICPA Outstanding CPA in Government Awards recognize the achievements of individual CPAs employed in government at the local, state and federal levels. Through their accomplishments, award recipients and nominees demonstrate the importance and contribution of CPA skills and competencies to the effective performance of the organizations that they serve.
The Outstanding CPA in Government Impact Award recognizes the impact of significant contributions of the CPA to the efficiency, effectiveness or innovative service delivery of their respective local state or federal employer organization. Current or recent accomplishments (3-5 years) are the focus of this award. Selection criteria and nomination.
Outstanding CPA in Government Career Contribution Award
The Outstanding CPA in Government Career Contribution Award recognizes the significant contributions to the CPA profession via government service at the local, state or federal level over a candidate’s entire career. Career Contribution Award candidates will have demonstrated exceptional leadership and high ethical standards and a track record of professional excellence. Selection criteria and nomination.
Award recipients were honored at the annual AICPA National Governmental Accounting and Auditing Update Conference, August 8 - 10, 2016, in Washington, DC. The next nomination period will be April 1 - 30, 2017.
Sam McCall (Career Contribution Award), Tim Christen
(AICPA Chair), and Paul Curtis (Federal Impact Award).
Not pictured: Kristen Scalise (Local Impact Award).
Paul Curtis accepts the Federal Impact Award
from Tim Christen.