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Message from the 2000-2001 National President.

As I outlined in my closing remarks at the PDI, this has been an exhilarating and productive year for the American Society of Military Comptrollers and me. I moved within departments of government but was still able to maintain my affiliation and contribution to ASMC.

We did in fact have a wonderful year. Our "Soar to New Heights" membership campaign returned membership to a growth curve, and many members earned an Eagle pin for their recruiting efforts.

The Certified Defense Financial Manager (CDFM) has taken its place as the standard of excellence in the Department of Defense and the Coast Guard. It was my pleasure to sign the certificates, which took us over the 300 mark with CDFMs. No part of my duties was more enjoyable because I realize each certificate represents individual and organizational progress.

Finally, the PDI in Dallas was an outstanding success. Despite fund constraints and budget turbulence, attendance was good and the academic program was well presented. My thanks again to the Redstone-Huntsville and the Big D chapters for their efforts as hosts.

The Executive Director concluded his report at the National Council Meeting with an assessment that ASMC was in good shape. I echo that sentiment. One of our strongest components is the enthusiasm and dedication of our volunteer leadership at the chapter level. Please accept my congratulations for a job well done.

William H. Campbell

National President
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Title Annotation:American Society of Military Comptrollers
Publication:Armed Forces Comptroller
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 22, 2001
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