Persons who are or have been employed within the defense financial management field of the federal government or associated with it (contractor, etc.) and who, to remain in good standing, have paid the appropriate dues and fees. The current fee is $40 for one year or $96 for three years. The membership fee is non-refundable and non-transferrable.
ASMC Lifetime members are recognized in the Armed Forces Comptroller once a year for their long-time support of the society. There are two categories of Lifetime membership with ASMC:
- Lifetime Members (Non-dues paying – 30 years)
- Any individual member achieving 30 (thirty) consecutive years of membership in ASMC qualifies for Lifetime (Non-dues Paying) membership, without any other stipulations. Non-dues paying Lifetime members do not receive a print copy of the AFC journal but can access the online version at any time. This revised policy was approved by the ASMC National Executive Committee (ASMC Board) in December 2016. Non-dues paying lifetime members also include members who are past National Presidents and who, to remain in good standing, have paid the appropriate consecutive dues and fees.
- Lifetime Members (Dues paying – 20 years)
- Any individual member achieving 20 (twenty) consecutive years of membership in ASMC qualifies for Lifetime (Dues paying) membership.
Retiree Membership recognizes those ASMC members who are are “fully retired” and not working in any other profession other than occasionally doing “volunteer” work. Unless requested by the Retiree member, Retirees will remain dues paying members, in order to continue to receive a print copy of the AFC journal. (Retirees may request to be non-dues paying and receive online AFC access only.)
Corporate Membership is available for private sector companies interested in the military comptrollership field and have paid the appropriate fees. View pricing and benefits for corporate membership.
May be conferred upon persons making significant contributions to military comptrollership who are not eligible for, or who would not otherwise be expected to join, one of the other classes of membership. Honorary membership must be approved by the National Executive Committee, and has no fee.