As the home for Indiana government for over 125 years, the current Indiana Statehouse has been the seat of state government in Indiana since 1888. Built after the Civil War and influenced by the style of the national capitol, it is a building of outstanding architectural beauty.
It was completed after ten years of construction at a cost of $1,980,969 and was called one of the most modern buildings of the time. Having been through many changes over the years, a 1988 historical renovation restored the open areas to their original Renaissance Revival beauty and style. Today the building is one of a handful of Capitols across the country that houses the working offices of all three branches of state government.
All guests are required to go through security and have a government issued id when they arrive at the building. All guests will need to go through metal detectors.
1:00 pm Check in with the AAA Onsite Staff in the lobby of the Crowne Plaza Indianapolis Downtown Union Station
1:15 pm Transportation from the Crowne Plaza Indianapolis Downtown Union Station to the Indiana Statehoue
1:30 pm – 1:45 pm Security Check in at the Indiana Statehouse (You must have a government issued ID for security purposes.)
1:45 pm - 2:30 pm Tour of the Indiana Statehouse
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm Education Presentation by Jason Dudich, State Budget Director and Paul Joyce, State Examiner
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Question & Answer Period
4:00 pm Return transportation to the Crowne Plaza Indianapolis Downtown Union Station
Date: October 4, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Tour limit 25
Field of Study: Accounting
Credit Hours: 1.8 CH
Learning Objective: Understand the objectives and processes of the State Budget Office and OMB. In a meeting with the State Budget Director and State Examiner, participants should be able to learn about state budgeting and governmental accounting.
Program Level: Basic
Method of Delivery: Group-Live
Intended Audience: Conference Participants (academic and practitioner)
Advanced Preparation Required: None