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Message from the Executive Director.

On November 12 and 13, 2003, ASMC conducted its Mid-Year National Council meeting. Many chapter presidents participated in this excellent program. They were treated to a combination of briefings on important financial management topics and chapter-building activities. If your chapter was not represented at this meeting, please attempt to have representation at the 2004 session.

At that meeting I presented a briefing outlining the first "ASMC Annual Report." As I indicated to the National Council this document provides a comprehensive benchmark of the programmatic goals, and financial status of "your" society. The council agreed that publishing an annual report would improve the governance of the society by providing information and transparency.

The report will be included as an insert into the next edition of the Armed Forces Comptroller. In addition a copy will be mailed to all chapter Presidents and an electronic version posted on the ASMC web site. Publishing an annual report is a new venture for ASMC. In the future we will strive to improve the timeliness and content for the document. My thanks to the many staff members and volunteers who assisted with this initial effort.

James F. McCall, LTG U.S. Army (Retired), CDFM
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Author:McCall, James F.
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Date:Sep 22, 2003
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