ASMC promotes education and supports the development and advancement of its civilian and military members involved in the comptroller field. The organization sponsors research, provides professional programs on current issues, and fosters the exchange of new comptroller techniques and approaches. ASMC was first established as the Society of Military Accountants and Statisticians in 1948 and was open only to active duty officers. The organization has since expanded into 152 chapters with over 18,000 individual members, to include all Department of Defense and Coast Guard financial management personnel worldwide. The Sequoyah Chapter, located at Tinker Air Force Base, serves the Oklahoma City community. Sequoyah Chapter members include Team Tinker and Will Rogers Air National Guard personnel.
Several local and national federal organizations offer benefits and services to civilian and military personnel. None, however, are as specialized in the financial management career field as the American Society of Military Comptrollers.
Membership is available to individuals who are actively employed in military comptrollership, as active duty or civilian personnel. Associate membership is available for persons who do not meet the qualifications, but who demonstrate an interest in the field. Employees of private sector companies who are interested in ASMC membership may join under the corporate membership program.
The American Society of Military Comptrollers, Sequoyah Chapter, has been distinguished as a five-star and meritorious Chapter, which serves the Tinker Air Force Base and Greater Oklahoma City areas.
Be guided in all activities by loyalty to the highest principles always remembering that public office is a public trust.
Refrain from activities which are in conflict with the public interest or are discreditable to the Society, and to avoid activities which create the appearance of such conflict.
Exercise diligence, objectivity, and integrity in professional activities, ever aware of the responsibility to eliminate improprieties.
Refrain from the transmission or usage, for personal gain or advantage, of information obtained in the professional environment.
Carefully earn and continuously protect my reputation for good moral character in comptrollership.
Recognize that professional example will influence associates and efficiency.
Recommend and initiate methods to enhance productivity and efficiency.
Continuously strive to increase my professional knowledge and skills to improve service and value to associates and the Society.
Extend the same consideration to the rights and interests of others that I seek for myself.
Respect the professionalism of fellow-members and work with them to promote the goals and programs of the Society.