Committees

The ASCI Professionalisation Committees act as advisory bodies to the ASCI Board in their area i.e. the ASCI Ethics Management Program, Technical Review and Industry Risk.

The ASCI Initiative has three Professionalisation Committees:

ASCI Technical Review Committee – to develop, review and maintain the Supply Chain Management Body of Knowledge to support aligning education programs

ASCI Ethics Committee – to review and oversee the maintenance of the ASCI Code of Ethics and ongoing oversight of the Ethics Management Program

ASCI Industry Risk Review Committee – to review the historical risk profile of the “Profession” and the contribution supply chain management makes to the business at large. Results from this study will become the basis for establishing a Professional Indemnity Scheme

These committees will provide the foundation required for the professionalisation of supply chain management.

ASCI is currently inviting Expressions of Interest from ASCI Members wishing to join these Professionalisation Committees.  If you are interested to serve on any of these Committees, email professionalisation@asci.org.au outlining your experience in the particular area, the committee you wish to join and an overview of what contribution you can make to the group by serving on the Committee.

These Expressions of Interest will be reviewed by the National Office and you will be contacted with further instructions once reviewed.

Expressions of Interest 

ASCI is calling for committee members to submit their Expressions of Interest. The committee members must be current members of ASCI. To become an ASCI member, visit our membership page on our website for the full list of benefits.

Technical Review Panel - knowledge@asci.org.au 

Ethics Committee - ethics@asci.org.au

Industry Risk Review Committee - risk@asci.org.au