Proposed Change to NASIG Membership Dues

After careful consideration of NASIG’s financial profile and our goals as an organization, the Executive Board is proposing an increase in membership dues.  NASIG has developed a reputation for offering affordable rates to our members and we will continue to do so in the future.  When we began in 1985, our dues were set at $15 dollars and raised only twice before in 2000 and 2005.  The NASIG board is proposing a $25 dollar increase in dues to the regular and retired member rate.  The Organizational (Bulk Membership) rate will also increase, but we will maintain the same level of discount on the regular member rate.

Current:
Regular Members – $75 USD
Retired Members – $25 USD
Student Members – Free
Lifetime Members – $1000 USD (one time; Canadian and Mexican members should contact the NASIG Treasurer for the current exchange rate)
Organizational Members – $195 USD

Proposed:
Regular Members – $100 USD
Retired Members – $50 USD
Student Members – Free
Lifetime Members – $1000 USD (one time; Canadian and Mexican members should contact the NASIG Treasurer for the current exchange rate)
Organizational (Bulk Membership) Members – $270 USD

To vote on each of the three above proposed dues increases, visit the ballot link at http://www.nasig.org/site_survey.cfm?pk_association_survey=1273. Be sure you are logged in at the http://www.nasig.org website before you click the ballot link as only NASIG members can vote.

The ballot will be open for voting until Saturday, December 15th.

 

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2 Responses to Proposed Change to NASIG Membership Dues

  1. Laurie Kaplan says:

    I am logged in but the link for the survey doesn’t seem to be working for me.

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