Agency membership in the FLGISA is open to all local governments operating within the State of Florida. This includes, but is not limited to, cities, counties, property appraisers, tax collectors, law enforcement, courts and public schools and special districts.
Only one agency membership fee applies and all employees of a member agency may participate in FLGISA activities. Each agency membership has one vote in the organization, which helps shape the future of the FLGISA as it serves the needs of the membership
The cost to join the FLGISA is only $200 per year (October 1 - September 30).
For jurisdictions that have never been a member of FLGISA, please utilize the following dues schedule:
$200 October – December
$150 January – March
$100 April – June
$50 July - September
Simply fill out the membership form below, return to email@example.com and we will be in contact!
Training and networking
The FLGISA conducts two educational conference per year for local government IT professionals. Conference sessions are targeted to the needs of the local government sector, and include keynotes from industry leaders as well as various workshops by technology experts to keep members current on important trends.
The Florida Institute of Government in partnership with Florida State University offers the Certified Public Technology Manager (CPTM) and the Certified Government Chief Information Officer (CGCIO) program. These nationally recognized programs provide public sector technology professionals with valuable educational experiences that will enhance their abilities to serve as IT leaders in their agency.
FLGISA has taken an active role in helping to build the leaders of tomorrow by offering annual scholarships awards. High school graduates and currently enrolled college or university students employed by member jurisdictions are eligible.
Local government technology issues are important to us. We make sure we are constantly working for the interests of our members. Strong legislative relationships allow us to give valuable input on technology and telecommunication legislation that affects the way we work on a daily basis.