Board Standing Committees
The Committee reviews ASNT budge proposals and additionally provides recommendations to the Board on council proposals.
The primary activities of the Audit Committee include serving as a liaison with the external auditors, management and the Board of Directors and providing oversight on the financial reporting process and results.
The Business and Finance Committee, as directed by the Board, recommends policies for the investment of the Society's funds; reviews and recommends for Board of Directors’ approval the annual operating budget, the capital budget, and the three-year financial plan; and reviews and provides recommendations concerning new initiatives or business plans when requested by the Board.
This committee provides a voice for exhibiting companies, whose activities and discussions are reported directly to ASNT’s Board of Directors.
The Committee is composed of members representing all Councils and directs the selection of the ASNT Fellowship Grant, Faculty Grant, Engineering Undergraduate Scholarship, Robert B. Oliver Scholarship, and the Student Travel Grant Reimbursement.
Primary activities of the Governance Committee include periodically reviewing the ASNT bylaws and assessing their effectiveness, and formulated proposed amendments for Board consideration. The Committee also provides input to the Board on new policies and proposed policy revisions.
The Recognition and Honors Committee oversees the granting of all non-financial honors and recognitions.
The Committee’s role is to ensure the Society has an effective Board of Directors to govern the Society and to plan for current and future needs.
The Standards Development Committee (SDC) supports the Society’s strategic objectives concerning the establishing of standards for NDT personnel qualification and certification; develops American National Standards (ANS) and develops adoptions of International Standards Organization (ISO) standards in accordance with the requirements of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
Board Ad Hoc Committees and Task Groups
Ad Hoc Committee for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning whose purpose is to investigate how AI/ML is presently affecting or will affect the nondestructive testing industry. The committee shall coordinate and communicate with ASNT’s committees, councils, and members, and third-party entities as necessary to recommend to the Board actions the Society should undertake to address AI/ML in its certifications, standards, accreditations, conferences, publications, learning programs, and advocacy. The committee shall report to the Board on its progress and recommendations periodically.
Tasked with establishing an LLC to incorporate all certification and accreditation, and standards programs.