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Notice of Proposal to Revise Society Bylaws

26 February 2021

In accordance with the ASNT Bylaws Article X: Amendments, Section 2 – Notice of Proposal to Amend or Revise the Bylaws, this is a notice to ASNT members that the Board of Directors is considering a proposal to revise the ASNT Bylaws. A detailed description and rationale supporting the proposed revisions are provided on ASNT’s website here.

Comment Period

In accordance with Article X, Section 3, members of the Society have the right to submit questions and comments on proposed Bylaws amendments or revisions prior to the Board voting on adoption. The deadline for submitting comments or questions in response to the proposal is 15 April 2021. The Secretary will respond to all questions in writing prior to the Board’s vote.

Questions and comments may be submitted through the Q&A Discussion Board on the ASNT website, in person at the virtual town hall meeting, or by email to

Virtual Town Hall Meeting

Members are invited to attend a virtual town hall meeting which will be held on 24 March 2021 at 10:00 a.m. (ET). The Board of Directors will present an overview of the proposal and answer member questions. To reserve your attendance, please RSVP to no later than 22 March 2021. Login instructions and links will be provided to those who RSVP'd by email on 23 March 2021.

Following the Comment Period

The Board of Directors will review and consider all member comments and questions prior to voting on the proposal. The Board may choose to adopt the proposal as presented or make amendments to it at their discretion. To be adopted, the proposal requires the affirmative vote of at least two-thirds (2/3) of the members of the Board of Directors.

About the American Society for Nondestructive Testing Inc.

Serving more than 22,000 members, certificate holders, and organizations worldwide, ASNT, based in Columbus, Ohio, is the largest technical society for NDT professionals. ASNT certification and standards programs, publications, conferences, education, membership, and professional development programs are the foundation for expanding awareness of advancements in NDT. Governed by a volunteer group of officers and directors, ASNT is organized by councils representing interests relating to certification, engineering, research, education, and section operations.