About CGAP Program

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About CGAP Program

The Certified Government Auditing (CGAP) course is designed to educate practitioners on significant factors and differences which have an influence in enabling public sector auditors to add value.

Roadmap to earn the CGAP Charter

Eligibility requirements:

Candidates for the CGAP course are required to meet the eligibility requirements for work experience, character reference, and identification. Before the approval of a candidate's application, all documentation—including proof of education, character reference, verification of experience, and identification—must be approved upon receipt by The IIA's Global Certifications staff.

Why do CGAP

Why do CGAP

Earning this certification will set you apart from others within the industry and affirm your knowledge and ability to take on unique challenges within this demanding sector.


Whether you are a public sector auditor operating at local, federal, state/provincial, or any other level, the CGAP certification will add value to and guarantee success within your career.


Based on the results of multiple global market studies and recent market demands, the CGAP certification will change to an assessment-based certificate program

Your CGAP certification will remain valid, be supported by The IIA through training, and continue to demonstrate your commitment when you report annual CPE credits.


Pricing Structure

Specialty Exam Registration Fee:

Members US $380
Non-members US $495