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American Society of Military Comptrollers

The 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 comptrollership. Military comptrollership is the profession of financial management in the Department of Defense and Coast Guard. It includes the fields of accounting and finance, acquisition, administrative support, auditing, budgeting, comptrollership, cost analysis, financial management, management analysis, manpower management, program analysis, resource management, statistics, and many supporting activities.

ASMC was established as the Society of Military Accountants and Statisticians in 1948 in San Antonio, Texas, and was open only to active duty officers. Since then, ASMC has expanded to include all Department of Defense (DoD) and Coast Guard Financial management personnel. The National Headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia, currently serves a growing professional society of approximately 18,000 members.

ASMC's mission is to provide professional development and promote ethical behavior in all aspects of Defense Financial Management. ASMC promotes the education and training of its members, and supports the development and advancement of the profession of military comptrollership, by providing professional programs to keep members abreast of current issues and encouraging the exchange of information, techniques, and approaches.

As such, ASMC developed the Enhanced Defense Financial Management Training Course (EDFMTC) in the year 2000. The EDFMTC is a five-day, intensive review of Department of Defense (DoD) financial management that is taught all over the world, typically on U.S. military bases. This course is highly regarded by the DoD and was approved as training that can contribute up to 40 hours of credit toward the new DoD Financial Management Certification Program.

Early on, ASMC recognized the importance of being able to offer EDFMTC students college credit for successful completion of the EDFMTC and has been working with the American Council on Education since the early 2000's.

Organization contact: Phara G. Rodrigue, Director of Certification, 415 N. Alfred Street, Suite 3, Alexandria, VA 22314; or 703-549-0360.




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