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Membership Dues Schedule


The NFAIS membership dues schedule is a 13-tiered system based on industry sector and your organization's annual sales.  For government agencies, dues are based on annual appropriation, and for academic libraries, dues are based on full-time equivalent professional staff.  You can use the chart below to determine the appropriate dues rate for your organization.

  Corporation Nonprofit Government Consultant Academic
Library
< $500K         $500  
$500K - $1M 

 $1,600

 $1,000  $1,000  $1,000  
$1M - $2M   $2,300  $1,600  $1,600  $1,600  
$2M - $3M   $2,300  $1,600  $1,600  $2,300  
$3M - $5M   $2,800  $2,300  $2,300  $2,800  
$5M - $7M   $3,200  $2,800  $2,800  $3,200  
$7M - $10M   $3,900  $3,200  $2,800  $3,900  
 $10M - $15M  $5,000  $3,900  $3,200    
 $15M - $20M  $7,100  $5,000  $3,900    
 $20M - $50M  $7,100  $5,000  $5,000    
 $50M - $100M  $10,000  $7,100  $7,100    
 $100M - $200M  $12,000  $10,000  $7,100    
 $200M - $500M  $13,000  $12,000  $7,100    
 $500M - $1B  $14,000  $13,000  $7,100    
 <59 FTE          $1,000
 60 - 79 FTE         $2,300 
 80 - 99 FTE          $3,200
 100 - 149 FTE          $3,900
 >150 FTE
and library consortia
         $5,000

 

The NFAIS community comprises professionals from corporate, government and nonprofit organizations from around the world. This ecosystem encompasses primary and secondary publishers, information technology providers, database creators, national libraries, academic research libraries, and more. This dynamic cross-section of information professionals is the essence of NFAIS – no other organization provides multi-dimensional perspectives from and access to the thought leaders and innovators who are setting the future course of information services.