National Guard Chapter-ASMC

Keeping Up with the Chapter

  • Congratulations to the new Chapter Officers: President, Alecia Biddison, Scott Anderson, Vice President and Secretary, Deborah Schmidt.  Updated contacts list.

  • March 2017 Guardian newsletter posted.

  • Award Package posted to the Chapter Programs Awards page.
  • Scholarship Package posted to the Chapter Programs Education page.

American Society of Military Comptrollers

ASMC is a non-profit educational and professional organization for persons, military and civilian, involved in the overall field of military resource management.  ASMC  serves a growing professional society of 17,000 members.


ASMC promotes the education and training of its members, and supports the development and advancement of the profession of military comptrollership.  The society sponsors research, provides professional programs to keep members abreast of current issues, offers a professional certification program and encourages the exchange of techniques and approaches.

National Guard Chapter

The chapter draws its membership from the state's Army and Air National Guards, and includes the National Guard Bureau.  With approximately 5000 members, we have representation from all 50 states, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.


We hold ASMC events whenever possible in coordination with meetings, conferences or training sessions of National Guard personnel within the comptroller arena.

 Pledge of Professionalism 


As a member of the American Society of Military Comptrollers, I pledge to:

  • be guided in all activities by loyalty to the highest principles, always remembering that public office is a public trust.

  • refrain from activities which are in conflict with the public interest or are discreditable to the Society, and to avoid activities which create the appearance of such conflict.

  • exercise diligence, objectivity and integrity in professional activities, ever aware of the responsibility to eliminate improprieties.

  • refrain from the transmission or usage, for personal gain or advantage, of information obtained in the professional environment.

  • carefully earn and continuously protect my reputation for good moral character in comptrollership.

  • recognize that professional example will influence associates and efficiency.

  • continuously strive to increase my professional knowledge and skills to improve service and value to associates and the Society.

  • extend the same consideration to the rights and interests of others that I seek for myself.

  • respect the professionalism of fellow members and work with them to promote the goals and programs of the Society.