While many government employees benefit from professional association membership, federal and state statutes may prohibit or limit the reimbursement of annual dues or registration fees such memberships require. According to 5 U.S.C. 5757(a), federal agencies may only pay the expenses required for licensure within a particular profession. Moreover, agencies cannot pay the expenses for professional association membership unless membership is required for obtaining a professional license or certification. Therefore, a significant population of the government workforce that may benefit from joining an association elect not to if they are financially responsible.
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