Agnes D. Winokur, Subcommittee Chair, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
Anne Slaymaker, Subcommittee Vice Chair, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
Lyndsay Cone, Subcommittee Executive Secretary, North Carolina State Crime Laboratory
Emanuele Alves, Virginia Commonwealth University
Andrew Bowen, U.S. Postal Inspection Service
Raychelle Burks, American University
Rolando Carol, Auburn University at Montgomery ( Human Factors Task Group representative)
Deborah Cole, New Jersey Office of Forensic Science
Michael Crowe, New Hanover County Sheriff's Office
Melissa Hehir, Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Anna Deakin, U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory (USACIL)
David Gouldthorpe, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
Eric Grunwald, Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
Sneh Gulati, Florida International University ( Statistics Task Group representative)
Jennifer Hatch, Texas Department of Public Safety
Scott Highhouse, Bowling Green State University ( Human Factors Task Group representative)
Stephanie Lambert, San Diego Police Department
Brittney Rollison, American Association for Laboratory Accreditation ( Quality Task Group member)
Sarah Shuda, The Center for Forensic Science Research and Education
Edward Sisco, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Casper Venter, West Virginia University
ASTM E1968-19 (added July 6, 2021). Standard Practice for Microcrystal Testing in Forensic Analysis for Cocaine
ASTM E1969-19 (added July 6, 2021). Standard Practice for Microcrystal Testing in the Forensic Analysis of Methamphetamine and Amphetamine
ASTM E2125-19 (added to July 6, 2021). Standard Practice for Microcrystal Testing in the Forensic Analysis of Phencyclidine and its Analogues
ASTM E2329-17 (added August 7, 2018). Standard Practice for Identification of Seized Drugs
ASTM E2548-16 (added June 1, 2021). Standard Guide for Sampling Seized Drugs for Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis
ASTM E2882-19 (added July 6, 2021). Standard Guide for Analysis of Clandestine Drugs
ASTM E3255-21 (added November 2, 2021). Standard Practice for Quality Assurance of Forensic Science Service Providers Performing Chemical Analysis
OSAC 2022-S-0013, (added December 6, 2022 sent to ASTM for further development and publication). Standard Guide for Testimony by Experts in Seized Drug Analysis At an SDO for Further Development & Publication
Standard Guide for Testimony by Experts in Seized Drug Analysis (OSAC Proposed Standard on the Registry). REVISION to ASTM E1968
Standard Practice for Microcrystal Testing in Forensic Analysis for Cocaine. REVISION to ASTM E1969
Standard Practice for Microcrystal Testing in the Forensic Analysis of Methamphetamine and Amphetamine. REVISION to ASTM E2125
Standard Practice for Microcrystal Testing in the Forensic Analysis of Phencyclidine and its Analogues. REVISION to ASTM E2326
Standard Practice for Education and Training of Seized Drug Analysts. REVISION to ASTM E2327
Standard Practice for Quality Assurance of Laboratories Performing Seized Drug Analysis. REVISION to ASTM E2329
Standard Practice for Identification of Seized Drugs. REVISION to ASTM E2548
Standard Guide for Sampling Seized Drugs for Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis. Standard Practice for Uncertainty Estimation of Quantitative Measurements in the Analysis of Seized Drugs.
Standard Guide for Assessment of Gas Chromatography and Electron Ionization Mass Spectrometry Data During the Qualitative Analysis of Seized Drugs.
Standard Guide for Assessment of Fourier Transform Infrared-Spectroscopy (FTIR) Data During the Qualitative Analysis of Seized Drugs.
Standard Guide for the Development of Electron Ionization-Mass Spectral (EI-MS) Libraries.
Standard Guide for Intralaboratory Blind Quality Control Programs for Seized Drug Analysis.
Test Method for Gas Chromatograpy-Infrared Spectroscopy (GC-IR Vapor Phase Testing of Fentanyl Related Substances.
Standard Practice for Building an Analytical Scheme for the Assessment of THC in Suspected Marijuana Plant Material Samples. Standard Test Method for the Analysis of Seized Drugs Using Color Tests.
Standard Guide for Reporting of Seized Drug Analysis Results.
Test Method for Building an Analytical Scheme for the Analysis of New Psychoactive Substances and True Unknowns in Seized Drugs.
Standard Guide for Assessment of LC Data During the Qualitative Analysis of Seized Drugs.
Standard Test Method for the Analysis of Seized Drugs Using Gas Chromatograph-Infrared Spectroscopy.
Standard Practice for Evidence Handling of Seized Drugs.
Standard Guide for the Assessment of Structural Similarity of Substances.
Standard Practice for API Mass Spectrometry.
Research & Development Needs
Standards Development Maps
Discipline-Specific Bibliographies and Bibliographic References
These documents may contain information to help forensic scientists, judges, lawyers, researchers, and other readers better understand the nature, scope, and foundations of the individual disciplines as currently practiced. The identification of these documents does not represent an endorsement by OSAC or NIST. Only standards that are posted on the OSAC Registry and Technical Guidance documents, are endorsed by OSAC. The referenced documents may be subject to copyright.
Note: Subcommittee position statements or responses to data collections by the subcommittee do not necessarily represent the position of OSAC or NIST.
Instrumental Data for Drug Analysis (IDDA), Mills, Roberson, Matchett, Simon, Burns and Ollis (3rd edition) or current edition.
Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons, Moffat, Osselton, Widdop and Watts (4th edition) or current edition.
Understanding Mass Spectra: A Basic Approach, Smith (2nd edition) or current edition.
Hallucinogens: A Forensic Drug Handbook, Richard Laing and Jay Siegel or current edition.
The Shulgin Index, Volume One: Psychedelic Phenethylamines and Related Compounds, Alexander T. Shulgin (Currently out of print).