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




The Constitution of the Washington Chapter of the American Society of Military Comptrollers is amended as follows:

Old Artice IV, Section 4, and Article V, Sections 1 and 3, are deleted and the following is substituted therefor:

ARTICLE IV – Membership

Section 4. Chapter members shall be accorded all rights and privileges as provided by the national Constitution and By-Laws.

a.  Active members shall legislate and guide the activities of the Chapter, fix any dues or fees in excess of the National dues, elect Chapter officers, and decide upon all matters which affect the welfare of the Chapter or any of its members.

b.  Associate and Honorary members shall have the rights and privileges of Active members, except that they may neither vote nor serve as Chapter officers or delegates.

c.  Corporate members shall have the rights and privileges of Active members. and may have one representatives on the Chapter Executive Board.

d.  The right to resign membership is reserved to all members.

e.  When appropriate, Chapter membership may be terminated for non-payment of dues.

ARTICLE V – Chapter Officers

Section 1. Chapter officers shall consist of a President, a Vice president for each of the agencies represented in the Chapter membership and one to represent to include the corporate and retired members; a Secretary, a Treasurer; and an Assistant Secretary for each of the agencies represented in the Chapter members.

Section 3. The incumbent Chapter President shall appoint a Nominations Committee, consisting of one representative from each of the agencies, to nominate one eligible member for each of the following elective offices: President, Vice President (Office of the Secretary of Defense), Vice President (Defense Finance and Accounting Service), Vice President (Army), Vice President (Navy), Vice President (Air Force), Vice President (Marine Corps), Vice President (Coast Guard), Vice President (Corporate/Retired) and an assistant secretary for each of the agencies listed above except Corporate/Retired. The Nominations committee shall prepare a ballot for submission to the general membership. The ballot shall provide space for additional nominations from the General membership. Nominees receiving a plurality of votes of the Chapter membership shall be elected. The incoming and outgoing officers shall determine and coordinate the orderly transfer of power and records, including an audit of the Chapter’s financial records. Ballots shall be distributed to the membership during March, with the election result announced at the April general meeting.


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