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In Memory of 15 ASMC members killed in the Pentagon attack.  9/11/2001

    


Enhance Your Professional Skills

ASMC activities provide you with the latest in current issues. Each year an ASMC chapter hosts the national PDI that provides professional development training. In addition, most local chapters host their own mini-PDI's and luncheons throughout the year.

Networking

Our over 18,000 members worldwide represent a wide base of defense resource management personnel. As an ASMC member, you build your professional network through participation in ASMC activities, whether they be social or professional. Learn from your colleagues in our network of 140 chapters.

Leadership Opportunities

ASMC provides many opportunities for you to demonstrate leadership. Although ASMC is not officially part of your chain of command, your demonstrated leadership abilities will not go unnoticed. Simply step forward and...

  • Serve as a Chapter President or other Chapter officer.
  • Serve as the Program chairperson and develop a dynamic and innovative program.
  • Write articles for the Armed Forces Comptroller and/or the essay contest.
  • Serve on a chapter committee to share ideas and expand your circle of friends and contacts.
  • Develop or contribute to a unique and informative chapter newsletter.
  • Recruit new members to participate in ASMC activities.

Save Money

Being a member entitles you to discounts on registration fees for the national conference, as well as local training events and monthly luncheons.


For More Information Contact:
Mr. Dan Olden
Membership Chair
dolden@kpmg.com
 


This  page last updated:  July 13, 2014
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