|SRE (The Society of Reliability
was founded in
Buffalo, New York, with the intention of providing a
forum for individuals of various organization to discuss
mutual issues in the then new discipline of Reliability.
From this humble start SRE has since become an international
society with more than twenty chapters
worldwide. The SRE and its chapters are not-for-profit,
equal opportunity organization, providing member
opportunities for professional development.
Reliability Engineering is a highly specialized
discipline and as such SRE is a fairly small society. As a
matter of fact if all the reliability engineers in the world
joined our society we would still be smaller than most
professional societies. Being small however does not however
make us less effective or important than the much larger
societies. One of our primary objectives is to provide
an interface with colleagues, something that is invaluable
to our members given the fact that in many companies the
Reliability Engineer is a "one man organization".
As an SRE member you will quickly become acquainted on a
first name basis with Reliability Engineers from all over
To join the SRE Arizona, there are no minimal credentials
required, simply a desire to share your knowledge or learn
about the Reliability Body Of Knowledge (BOK). Dues are $15 annually
($10 for students) for the Arizona Chapter. These are the lowest dues of any international
professional society, and members typically receive benefits in excess of their
annual dues during the course of a program year. Membership in SRE Arizona qualifies you
for a $100 reduction in registration fees at both the annual
ARS symposia, which on
its own is a return of more than 13 times your first years dues!
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