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ASMC National News

  • Appropriations Watch: FY 2017
    The government is being funded by a continuing resolution, which was passed in December 2016, and goes through April 28, 2017. The Senate voted to proceed to debate on a fiscal year (FY) 2017 budget resolution on 4 January 2017. To read the full article and the latest updates please visit the Committee for a [...]
  • GSA lowers federal mileage reimbursable rates for 2017
    The General Services Administration (GSA) announced that mileage reimbursement rate for federal employees using privately –owned vehicles during official travel will decrease slightly to 53.5 cents from the current level of 54 cents.  The new rate will go into effect on January 1, 2017.  Mileage reimbursable rates also decreased for official airplane travel (to $1.15 from [...]
  • 2016 Survey of Defense Financial Managers Outlines How Past Lessons Can Position New Administration for Future Success
    Annual ASMC-Grant Thornton survey offers recommendations for incoming leaders ALEXANDRIA, Va., December 15, 2016 The American Society of Military Comptrollers (ASMC) and Grant Thornton Public Sector today released their latest survey of defense financial managers, Preparing for the Future: Lessons Learned From 10 Years of ASMC Surveys. The annual survey outlines the top concerns for [...]
  • ASMC is saddened over the loss of one of our own, Dr. John Wayne Matherne
    We regretfully announce the passing of Dr. John Wayne Matherne. Dr. Matherne was an active ASMC member who strongly believed in the importance of ASMC, and contributed hours of his personal time to the community as a subject matter expert and as an advisory member of the ASMC Certification Commission. Dr. John Wayne Matherne passed peacefully [...]
  • President authorizes a 2.1 percent pay raise for federal civilian employees
    Federal civilian employees will get a pay raise equal to that approved for military personnel. After the House and Senate agreed on a 2.1 percent military pay raise in the FY2017 Defense Authorization bill, the president was urged by some in Congress and federal labor groups to provide the same raise for federal civilian employees. [...]
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