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Virtual PDI 2018 is now available!

ASMC National News - Wed, 2018-08-01 15:51
What is Virtual PDI? Every year, ASMC offers online access to workshops and mini-courses recorded at the annual National Professional Development Institute (PDI). This year’s live training event, held in Denver, Colorado, hosted over 4,000 attendees and was our most successful event yet. But if you missed it, or if you need to earn additional CPEs, Virtual PDI combines audio and slides from live sessions, allowing individuals to earn over 100 CPEs.   The PDI 2018 registration fee included (at no additional cost) access to Virtual PDI for both ASMC member and non-member participants, although they still must register for Virtual PDI to gain access. For non-PDI attendees, registration for Virtual PDI is $99 (approximately $1 per available CPE/CET.) Chapter access is also available for $249, for ASMC chapters wishing to stream workshops and offer CPE credits at local ASMC Chapter professional development sessions and events.   More information, including registration details, can be found here

ASMC Newsletter: July 2018

ASMC National News - Mon, 2018-07-23 15:23

The summer hasn’t slowed us down at HQ and we’re gearing up for a busy (and cooler!) autumn! We hope that each of you is enjoying these summer months with your loved ones.

As always, thanks for your continued ASMC membership and dedication to our great nation.

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL PROGRAM

Thanks to those of you who renewed your membership early or on-time in June! Congratulations to the following "RENEW" YEAR's Resolution program winners: Robert Tyls of the Washington Chapter and Bucky Gonzalez of the Rheinland-Pfalz Chapter each won $50 gift cards, and the $150 gift card was awarded to Sheron Mathis of the Southwest Georgia Chapter!

Each month, all on-time or early renewals for one or three years will be entered into a random drawing to award two $50 gift cards and one $150 gift card, respectively. In addition to contacting the members who win the drawings, we will announce the winners on our website and social media. To save ASMC administrative time and cost and for a chance to win the gift cards, renew your membership on time or early at http://www.asmconline.org/membership/renew/.

PDI 2018 PRESENTATIONS & VIRTUAL PDI

Did you attend PDI but missed out on some of the great presentations? The PDI 2018 presentation files are now available on our ASMC website. Virtual PDI, included as part of the PDI registration fee, will be available later this month. If you did not register for PDI, you can purchase access to Virtual PDI separately.

THE ELSIE STEFFANY SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

The ASMC Staff and our National Executive Committee have developed an annual Elsie Steffany Memorial Scholarship Award in honor of Elsie’s life and her dedication to public service. A committee will soon meet to determine guidelines for the scholarship, including nomination information, for distribution to chapter presidents. Each chapter will be able to nominate one individual (non-CDFM) to compete for selection for the scholarship which will cover enrollment as a CDFM Candidate, participation in an Enhanced Defense Financial Management Training Course, and also fees to take the three CDFM exam modules.

You can read ASMC’s memoriam regarding Elsie Steffany here

NEW CDFM EXAM & UPDATED ENHANCED DEFENSE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE

As a reminder, the new CDFM Module 1, 2, and 3 exams will be launched on September 1, 2018. However, for those who desire to take the current exams, ASMC will offer the new and current version of all three exams concurrently through December 31, 2018. The new EDFMTC textbook (v2018a) is now available for purchase and will be introduced in classrooms on October 1, 2018. The current EDFMTC textbook (v2013a) will continue to be sold and used in classrooms through August 31, 2018. New CDFM Blueprint: ASMC has released the full updated exam blueprint on its website. The new blueprint will go into effect with the launch of the new exams on September 1, 2018.

A timeline for the availability of the new exam and course materials, as well as the new exam blueprint, is available here.

ASMC projects the new Module 4 – Acquisition Business Management course material and exam to be available in 2019.

ASMC MEMBER ENGAGE PLATFORM

Log in and check out our new membership communication and engagement platform that we appropriately named Engage! Engage, is an interactive service platform, which has been adapted for integration with your ASMC membership. Engage will allow our members to better network and collaborate with each other and the individual chapter communities will enhance communication among chapter officers and members, as well as chapter administration. Log into Engage at https://engage.asmconline.org/home, using the email address and password associated with your ASMC member account. 

RETIREE MEMBERSHIP

normal;mso-pagination:none;mso-layout-grid-align:none;text-autospace:none”>Anyone who fully retires (except for volunteer work) is eligible to remain as a free, non-dues paying member of ASMC. The only difference in membership benefits is that members in our Retiree Sector do not receive hard copy edition of the Armed Forces Comptroller quarterly journal beyond the time that their normal membership paid thru date occurs. Instead, they receive access to our digital-only version. If you are approaching “full” retirement, please notify ASMC at membership@asmconline.org, so we can transfer you into our non-dues paying Retiree Sector, led by volunteer Jack Mutarelli.

CHECK YOUR ASMC MEMBERSHIP PROFILE

We ask that all members routinely check their membership profile information – including email and mailing addresses. Also, if you’re not using your personal email address, we suggest you change your work email address to your personal (Gmail, yahoo, AOL, etc.) address, so as to avoid any server firewall issues that might block delivery of email to your account.   

Congratulations to the 2018 High School Scholarship Recipients!

ASMC National News - Wed, 2018-07-11 22:27
Congratulations to the 2018 National High School Scholarship Award recipients.   LTG (R) James F. McCall Award ($3,000)
  • Avonna Boysel, Buckeye

$2,000 Winners

  • Bailey Albright, Land of Lincoln
  • Carlson Chang, Aloha
  • Matthew Stahl, Jersey Devil
  • Stephen Ventura, Central NY Leatherstocking

$1,000 Winners

  • McKenna Beeler, Central MIssouri
  • Sydney Bryant, Land of Lincoln
  • Graham Garee, Buckeye
  • Daniel Uzun, Central Missouri

Previous winners have also qualified for a renewal of their scholarships: 

  • Catherine Parr, West Point, $1,500
  • Ashley Potter, Central Texas, $1,000
  • Meghan Rice, Buckeye, $1,000
  • Jonathan Jaictin, Aloha, $1,000
  • Lei Lily Tam, Aloha, $1,500
  • Jacqueline Oelrich, Land of Lincoln, $1,000
  • Lanie Beard, Central Missouri, $1,000

ASMC wishes these bright students the best of luck in their academic endeavors.

PDI 2018 Presentation Slides Available!

ASMC National News - Wed, 2018-07-11 12:26

Looking to catch up on a presentation from #PDI2018? Check them out at http://bit.ly/PDI2018slides!

ASMC HQ Career Opportunity

ASMC National News - Tue, 2018-07-03 12:10

ASMC is hiring for the position of Associate Director, Education and Professional Development. The position will be housed at the ASMC HQ offices located in Alexandria, Virginia. 

Application packages must be received no later than July 31st. For further information, including application requirements, please see the job description.

ASMC Newsletter: June 2018

ASMC National News - Thu, 2018-06-28 10:01

Although we’re just a few days into summer, we’ve already been feeling it here in the D.C. area!

We’ve unpacked our boxes from PDI and want to thank all those that attended and volunteered – your support helps us to further our mission to provide professional development and promote ethical behavior in all aspects of Defense Financial Management.

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL PROGRAM

Thanks to those of you who renewed your membership early or on-time in May! Congratulations to the following "RENEW" YEAR's Resolution program winners: Trent Harpest of the Aviation Chapter and Edward Pak of the Korea Chapter each won $50 gift cards, and the $150 gift card was awarded to Lewis Broome of the Evergreen Chapter!

Each month, all on-time or early renewals for one or three years will be entered into a random drawing to award two $50 gift cards and one $150 gift card, respectively. In addition to contacting the members who win the drawings, we will announce the winners on our website and social media. To save ASMC administrative time and cost and for a chance to win the gift cards, renew your membership on time or early here.

NATIONAL PDI 2018

PDI 2018 was a great success. We welcomed approximately 4,100 professionals in Denver and a tremendous week of special events, CDFM Prep Mini-courses, Service Day sessions, general Sessions and Thursday/Friday Mini-courses and workshops.  Thanks so much to our ASMC President and Board Members; speakers; PDI Professional Development Committee; PDI Chair, Vice Chair, Executive Secretary, and Committee Chairs/members; Assistant Instructors; and Corporate Members/exhibitors. The ASMC PDI is a truly valuable example of collaboration and teamwork in support of the professional development and effectiveness of the defense financial management community.

General (and specific Mini-course and workshop) PDI 2018 satisfaction surveys were distributed last week via email to all PDI participants. Your feedback in response to this anonymous survey is extremely important and critical to our success in continuously improving the PDI learning and professional development experience, so we encourage each PDI attendee to promptly take the opportunity to complete and submit the survey. 

Did you attend PDI but missed out on some of the great presentations? Presentation files will be available via our ASMC website later this month. Virtual PDI, included as part of the PDI registration fee, will be available in late July.

Congratulations and a big thank you to Oracle Corporation, our 2018 Corporate Member of the Year, awarded at PDI. 

THE ELSIE STEFFANY SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

ASMC remains very saddened by the tragic death of Ms. Elsie Steffany during PDI. The ASMC Staff and our National Executive Committee are working on the development of an annual Elsie Steffany Scholarship Award in honor of Elsie’s life and her dedication to public service. A memorial service in honor of Elsie’s life was conducted at the Fort Myer Memorial Chapel last Friday, 22 June. Another memorial service will be conducted on 30 June in Hawaii for Elsie’s family and friends there. You can read ASMC’s memoriam regarding Elsie Steffany here

RETIREE MEMBERSHIP

Anyone who fully retires (except for volunteer work) is eligible to remain as a free, non-dues paying member of ASMC. The only difference in membership benefits is that members in our Retiree Sector do not receive hard copy edition of the Armed Forces Comptroller quarterly journal beyond the time that their normal membership paid thru date occurs. Instead, they receive access to our digital-only version. If you are approaching “full” retirement, please notify ASMC at membership@asmconline.org, so we can transfer you into our non-dues paying Retiree Sector, led by volunteer Jack Mutarelli.

NEW CDFM EXAM & UPDATED ENHANCED DEFENSE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE

ASMC announced two significant changes to its Certification and Professional Development Programs. The first is an updated Certified Defense Financial Manager Exam (CDFM) blueprint, ensuring the content of Module 1, 2, and 3 exams measure knowledge that is important and relevant to current practice within defense financial management (FM). The second is an updated Enhanced Defense Financial Management Training Course (EDFMTC). Both changes, approved by the ASMC Certification Commission, are supported by data related to the Department of Defense FM Certification Program (DFMCP) job task analysis. With these changes, undertaken through a structured, involved, and lengthy process, ASMC reaffirms its commitment to ensuring that the CDFM credential continues to represent the gold standard and the sign of distinction in defense financial management. The new CDFM Module 1, 2, and 3 exams will be launched on September 1, 2018. However, for those who desire to take the current exams, ASMC will offer the new and current version of all three exams concurrently through December 31, 2018. The new EDFMTC textbook (v2018a) will be available for purchase on July 1, 2018 and introduced in classrooms on October 1, 2018. The current EDFMTC textbook (v2013a) will continue to be sold and used in classrooms through August 31, 2018. New CDFM Blueprint: ASMC has released the full updated exam blueprint on its website. The new blueprint will go into effect with the launch of the new exams on September 1, 2018.

The Certification Commission modified several competency areas defined by the test blueprints, including:

  • 10.0pt;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"”>Module 1: Removal of “Personnel Management”
  • 10.0pt;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"”>Module 1: Modification of “Management Responsibility for Internal Controls” to “Enterprise Risk Management and Internal Controls”
  • 10.0pt;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"”>Module 2: Modification of “Business Management Process Improvement” to “Strategic Planning and Organizational Performance Management”
  • 10.0pt;font-family:"Arial",sans-serif;mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"”>Module 3: Identification of the need to re-conceptualize Auditing in light of Financial Improvement and Audit Remediation (FIAR), thus giving greater attention to auditability

A timeline for the availability of the new exam and course materials, as well as the new exam blueprint, is available here. The Module 4 – Acquisition Business Management course material and exam continue in the update process. ASMC projects the new exam and course material to be available in 2019.

ASMC MEMBER ENGAGE PLATFORM

Log in and check out our new membership communication and engagement platform that we appropriately named Engage! Engage, is an interactive service platform, which has been adapted for integration with your ASMC membership. Engage will allow our members to better network and collaborate with each other. Additionally, the leadership of each ASMC chapter can use their “chapter” level community to better communicate with members regarding upcoming chapter events and programs, as well as enhance chapter administration. Log into Engage at https://engage.asmconline.org/home, using the email address and password associated with your ASMC member account. 

CHECK YOUR ASMC MEMBERSHIP PROFILE

We ask that all members routinely check their membership profile information – including email and mailing addresses. Also, if you’re not using your personal email address, we suggest you change your work email address to your personal (Gmail, yahoo, AOL, etc.) address, so as to avoid any server firewall issues that might block delivery of email to your account.   

As always, thanks for your continued ASMC membership and dedication to our great nation.

Al

Al Runnels, CDFM-A
Executive Director
American Society of Military Comptrollers

In Memoriam: LTG Max Noah

ASMC National News - Mon, 2018-06-18 10:12

It is with deepest condolences that ASMC has learned of the passing of Lieutenant General (Ret) Max Noah. Among his many assignments during his distinguished career, LTG Noah served as Comptroller of the United States Army and Commander of the United States Army Engineering School. He was awarded the Army Distinguished Service Medal for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States in the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army from 1982 to 1984. LTG Noah was a lifetime member of ASMC. 

ASMC 2018 Corporate Member of the Year

ASMC National News - Fri, 2018-06-15 15:29
The ASMC Corporate Member of the Year Award recognizes Corporate Members for outstanding contributions made to a local Chapter and the National Organization in the furtherance of the goals of the chapter and the society. To be nominated for this award a Corporation must have been a corporate member for two consecutive years.    ASMC is proud to announce Oracle America, Inc. as the 2018 distinguished winner of the Corporate Member of the Year award. Oracle America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Oracle Corporation is an information technology corporation. Oracle is empowering American Society of Military Comptrollers’ (ASMC) members and constituents of all sizes on their journey of business transformation and audit. Oracle has been a member of ASMC since 2009. Oracle members are active participants at ASMC events to include luncheon workshops, various Chapter Mini-PDIs and the National PDI. Oracle has a long-standing commitment to ASMC, both nationally and locally, in volunteering and providing corporate resources. In 2018, Oracle sponsored and exhibited at PDI 2018 in Denver.

In Honor of Ms. Elsie Steffany

ASMC National News - Thu, 2018-06-14 15:42
On 1 June, the family of Ms. Elsie Steffany released the following statement, "On Friday, 1 June 2018 at 1417 hrs, Elsie Steffany passed away quietly. The Steffany family appreciates your prayers and support.”   Following receipt of the statement from her family, on the afternoon of 1 June, ASMC broadcast a message to attendees of our 2018 Professional Development Institute (and also posted info on the ASMC website and other social media) advising of the passing of Ms. Elsie Steffany at the Denver Health Hospital with her family at her bedside, following the tragic accident that had occurred two days earlier.   ASMC continues to extend our deepest condolences to the Steffany family.   Elsie was a GS-15 employee of the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Financial Management and Comptroller). A member of our ASMC Washington Chapter, Elsie was also a Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM) and participated in activities of our Redstone-Huntsville Chapter in Alabama, while on detail there doing work for the Army Materiel Command.   To honor her life, ASMC is developing an annual Elsie Steffany Scholarship program. Following approval by the ASMC Executive Committee in early July, more details about the annual scholarship will be provided to ASMC Chapter Presidents and also included on ASMC’s website in the Awards area.   A memorial service in honor of Ms. Elsie Steffany for friends and co-workers will be conducted on Friday, 22 June 2018 from 1000-1200 at the Fort Myer Memorial Chapel. Due to limited seating capacity at the chapel, individuals other than friends and co-workers are encouraged to send condolences to her family at 9990 NW Bartlett Loop, North Plains OR 97133.   Also, in lieu of flowers, the family is recommending a donation to a charity that Elsie supported, "Project Never Again” which supports the needs of children going into foster home care.   The Fort Myer Memorial Chapel is located at 101 McNair Road, Building 480, Fort Myer, Virginia 22211. Non-DoD visitors may enter Fort Myer (with a valid ID) through the Hatfield Gate, located off Washington Blvd and South 2nd Street. There will also be a memorial service on 30 June in Hawaii for family and friends located there.

New CDFM Exam & Updated Enhanced Defense Financial Management Training Course

ASMC National News - Wed, 2018-06-13 11:30
ASMC Announces New Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM) Examination and Updated Enhanced Defense Financial Management Training Course   The American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC) announces two significant changes to its Certification and Professional Development Programs. The first is an updated Certified Defense Financial Manager Exam (CDFM) blueprint, ensuring the content of Module 1, 2, and 3 exams measure knowledge that is important and relevant to current practice within defense financial management (FM). The second is an updated Enhanced Defense Financial Management Training Course (EDFMTC). Both changes, approved by the ASMC Certification Commission, are supported by data related to the Department of Defense FM Certification Program (DFMCP) job task analysis. With these changes, undertaken through a structured, involved, and lengthy process, ASMC reaffirms its commitment to ensuring that the CDFM credential continues to represent the gold standard and the sign of distinction in defense financial management.    The new CDFM Module 1, 2, and 3 exams will be launched on September 1, 2018. However, for those who desire to take the current exams, ASMC will offer the new and current version of all three exams concurrently through December 31, 2018.      The new EDFMTC textbook (v2018a) will be available for purchase on July 1, 2018 and introduced in classrooms on October 1, 2018. The current EDFMTC textbook (v2013a) will continue to be sold and used in classrooms through August 31, 2018.   New CDFM Blueprint: ASMC has released the full updated exam blueprint on its website. The new blueprint will go into effect with the launch of the new exams on September 1, 2018.   The Certification Commission modified several competency areas defined by the test blueprints, including:
  1. Module 1: Removal of “Personnel Management”
  2. Module 1: Modification of “Management Responsibility for Internal Controls” to “Enterprise Risk Management and Internal Controls”
  3. Module 2: Modification of “Business Management Process Improvement” to “Strategic Planning and Organizational Performance Management”
  4. Module 3: Identification of the need to re-conceptualize Auditing in light of Financial Improvement and Audit Remediation (FIAR), thus giving greater attention to auditability
  A timeline for the availability of the new exam and course materials, as well as the new exam blueprint, is available here.   The Module 4 – Acquisition Business Management course material and exam continue in the update process. ASMC projects the new exam and course material to be available in 2019.

Comptroller Overview: Slides from the Honorable David L. Norquist

ASMC National News - Tue, 2018-06-05 16:07

If you attended PDI 2018's Wednesday morning General Session, and are interested in seeing the slides presented by the Honorable David Norquist, Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) and Chief Financial Officer, Department of Defense; or if you missed that session: look no further!  View the "Comptroller Overview" slides here: http://www.asmconline.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/ASMC-PDI-05292018-FINAL-v2.pdf.

PDI 2018 Course Surveys

ASMC National News - Tue, 2018-06-05 10:42
You can find your corresponding surveys at https://secure3.rhq.com/asmc/pdi18/attupdate/index.cgi. Log in with the email address and registration code you used during PDI 2018.

Under your profile information on the next landing page, you will see a series of links. Within those links, you will find a link that will take you to your applicable course surveys!

Please complete your course surveys by June 8.  

Update your PDI 2018 Registration!

ASMC National News - Sun, 2018-05-27 13:33

Need to update your session schedule while in Denver for #PDI2018?  Now you can do it from your laptop or mobile device!  Click here to make any changes to your PDI registration!

PDI 2018 Chapter Awards

ASMC National News - Thu, 2018-05-24 14:40

We're less than a week away from #PDI2018! 

Just wanted to send a reminder regarding awards. Please take a look at the list of award winners to verify if your chapter is an award recipient. If your chapter has won an award (congratulations!), be sure to check out the schedule for the award presentation.

In addition to attending the award presentation, your Chapter should be represented during the award rehearsal which will take place the morning of the day you are receiving your award. This information is available in the schedule for the award presentation.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to Kathryn. Look forward to seeing you all in Denver!

Essay Contest Winners

ASMC National News - Thu, 2018-05-10 23:03

This year's winners wrote essays on the current topic of:  "Many federal agencies face a difficult choice between funding near-term operations or investing in future capability. We see this clearly in the testimony and public statements of DoD leadership as they balance readiness today with future weapon systems, but it is also a challenge in organizations such as DHS. If you were an agency CFO, what specific actions would you take to inform and develop readiness vs. investment recommendations to your senior leaders? “

Congratulations to the winners – and read their essays soon!

First Place: Major John R. Forbes, Washington Chapter 

Second Place: Robert J. Griffith, Alamo City Chapter 

Third Place: William H. McQuail, Washington Chapter 

Chapter Leadership Awards!

ASMC National News - Sun, 2018-05-06 20:53
Congratulations to the newest Chapter Leadership Award Winners! This award is given to recognize individuals for outstanding continuous leadership, accomplishments and support of the society at the chapter level. This year's winners are:

 

  • Tasha Pettis, Aloha Chapter
  • Jasolyn Evans, Land of Lincoln Chapter
  • Brian Norris, Central NY Leatherstocking Chapter

Member’s Continuing Education Award Recipients

ASMC National News - Thu, 2018-05-03 21:03
Congratulations to the winners of this year's Continuing Education Grants! ASMC wishes the winners and all nominees much success in their academic endeavors.  

Dick Vincent Award $3,000 Recipient

  • Laura Sorenson, Hampton Roads

$1,250 Recipients

  • Amelia Sitze, Land of Lincoln
  • Carolyn Pickett, Hampton Roads
  • Jenny Swain, Central NY Leatherstocking
  • Ashley Emrick, Gulf Coast
  • Candy Good, High Desert

Corporate Member of the Year!

ASMC National News - Wed, 2018-05-02 22:12
This award recognizes Corporate Members for outstanding contributions made to a local Chapter and the National Organization in the furtherance of the goals of the chapter and the society. To be nominated for this award a Corporation must have been a corporate member for two consecutive years. 

Oracle - Distinguished Winner

Oracle America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Oracle Corporation is a information technology corporation. Oracle is empowering American Society of Military Comptrollers’ (ASMC) members and constituents of all sizes on their journey of business transformation and audit. Oracle has been a member of ASMC since 2009.

Oracle members are active participants at ASMC events to include luncheon workshops, various Chapter Mini-PDIs and the National PDI. Oracle has a long standing commitment to ASMC, both nationally and locally, in volunteering and providing corporate resources. In 2017, Oracle sponsored and exhibited at the Washington Chapter Regional PDI, chaired several chapter committees, was a sponsor at PDI 2017 and will be a sponsor at PDI 2018 in Denver.

Chapter Award Winners

ASMC National News - Tue, 2018-05-01 21:25

Congratulations to all the winning chapters shown below! Chapter Awards for 2018 will be presented at the PDI in Denver, Colorado. *

Overall Chapter Competition

A-1 Category

  • Distinguished – Indianapolis
  • Meritorious – Hampton Roads

A Category

  • Distinguished – Buckeye
  • Meritorious – Land of Lincoln

B Category

  • Distinguished – Utah
  • Meritorious – Central NY Leatherstocking

C Category

  • Distinguished – Great River
  • Meritorious – High Desert
Chapter Communications

A-1 Category

  • Distinguished – San Diego 
  • Meritorious – Alamo City

A Category

  • Distinguished – Buckeye
  • Meritorious – Gulf Coast

B Category

  • Distinguished – Utah
  • Meritorious – Central NY Leatherstocking

C Category

  • Distinguished – Great River
  • Meritorious – Greater Omaha
Five Star Recognition*
  • Alamo City
  • Aloha
  • Buckeye
  • Central NY Leatherstocking
  • Cleveland
  • Fort Knox
  • Great River
  • Greater Jacksonville
  • Greater Omaha
  • Greater Stuttgart
  • Gulf Coast
  • Hampton Roads
  • Indianapolis
  • Land of Lincoln
  • Middle Georgia
  • Montgomery
  • Pikes Peak
  • Redstone – Huntsville
  • San Diego
  • Sandhills
  • Sequoyah
  • Southside Virginia
  • Thunderbird
  • Utah
  • Washington
  • Yankee

 

Community Service

The following chapters have demonstrated exceptional community service and have met the required number of hours in their chapter size category in the 2017 – 2018. (75, 100, 125, or  150 hours)

  • Alamo City
  • Aloha
  • Buckeye
  • Central NY Leatherstocking
  • Charlestowne
  • Cleveland
  • Crown of Maine
  • Great River
  • Greater Jacksonville
  • Greater Omaha
  • Gulf Coast
  • Hampton Roads
  • Indianapolis
  • Land of Lincoln
  • Pikes Peak
  • Redstone – Huntsville
  • San Diego
  • Southside Virginia
  • Thunderbird
  • Washington
  • Yankee
Five Star Recognition*

Absolute Growth – Yankee

Percentage Growth – Coming Soon

*If a chapter president believes their chapter should be listed, please contact awards@asmconline.org to review the points and documents submitted by 12 May.

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