Chapter Benchmarking and Awards

Chapters can now use one tool for chapter benchmarking and chapter awards. This tool streamlines the submission process for both benchmarking and awards and can give the chapter useful data to use in planning the year.

Chapter Benchmarking and Awards Worksheet – Use this worksheet to capture information about the chapter throughout the year. In early April, this worksheet should be used to enter the data using the online tool.

Online tool for submission – The chapter should use this tool to submit your information for the 2017-18 year no later than March 31, 2018. Submissions received later than March 31 will be scored for benchmarking but may not be eligible for an award at CFMA’s Annual Conference & Exhibition.

Submissions are reviewed by the Chapter Resource Committee and final scores will be sent to the chapter for review. A portion of each chapter’s score is scored by CFMA HQ, this section will be scored whether the chapter submits any information or not. It is important that all chapters submit their information so the score does not look artificially low with only the CFMA HQ portion scored.

This score will be used to determine both Chapter of the Year and the level of award earned for the year, which will be announced at CFMA’s Annual Conference & Exhibition. This score will also be shared with all chapters so each chapter can see how they compare to other chapters.

Chapter Showcases – At CFMA’s Annual Conference & Exhibition each year, chapters are encouraged to submit photos to highlight something special the chapter has done during the year. To be considered for CFMA’s Annual Conference & Exhibition, your submission must be sent no later than March 31, 2018 and may not be the same event highlighted in the prior year.

Chapter Benchmarking Scores – Benchmarking scores from 2015 to 2017 for all chapters are below. Use these scores to see how your chapter compares to others.

2017 Chapter Benchmarking Scores
2016 Chapter Benchmarking Scores
2015 Chapter Benchmarking Scores

If you have any questions on the benchmarking and awards process or chapter showcases please contact Catherine Wasner at 609-945-2432,