General Membership Information

Benefits of Membership

Through membership in the Association of Inspectors General, you will join other professionals interested in promoting accountability and integrity in government.  Benefits of membership include:

  • A network of qualified and dedicated officials and researchers
  • Professional contacts which can help enhance your career
  • The Association’s online newsletter – the IG News – which contains information about the Association and the Inspector General community.
  • Discounts on registration for Association conferences and training institutes.
  • A private online record of your participation in continuing professional education and your professional certifications.
  • Improvement of your professional knowledge and skills
  • Opportunity to contribute to the development of best practices, and
  • Information about maintaining AIG Certifications.

Membership Term

The 2016/17 membership year begins on July 1, 2016, and ends on June 30, 2017. The 2017/18 membership year begins on July 1, 2017.

Types of Memberships and 2017/18 Prices

The Association offers the following membership options:

  • National membership – $100
  • National + Chapter membership – $125
  • Chapter Only membership – $35
  • Student Membership – $15

Transferability

Memberships are non-transferable.

Special Requirements for Certified Members (CIG, CIGA, CIGI)

AIG awards certifications for inspectors general, auditors and investigators through the Inspector General Institute.® In order to maintain certifications in “active” status, individuals must maintain membership in the Association, and must complete 40 hours of continuing professional education credits in the last two years. (For more information regarding maintaining AIG certifications click here.)

Bulk Membership Purchases

The Association offers certain discounts for agencies that purchase multiple memberships.

2017-2018 Membership Payment Information

Fees may be paid by:

  1. Credit card – Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discovery.
  1. Check or Money Order – If you do not want to pay by credit card, you can request an invoice on your electronic membership form and will receive the invoice via email. Please print out the invoice and mail it along with your check or money order to:

Association of Inspectors General
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
524 West 59th Street, Room 53343HH
New York, NY 10019

Questions about Membership

Questions regarding membership should be referred to Associate Executive Director Ersilja Reci at ereci@inspectorsgeneral.org
Email is the preferred method of contacting the office and ensures a quick response to all questions.