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OSAC Organizational Structure

OSAC's Organizational Chart

OSAC members and affiliates make up a multi-level organization consisting of:

Following our core principles of balance, consensus, harmonization and openness, these experts work together to facilitate the development of scientifically sound standards and guidelines for the forensic science community. 

Additionally, the OSAC Program Office (OPO) consists of NIST staff who provide operational support to the organization.

For more information on OSAC's structure, organizational priorities, and the roles and responsibilities of members, please view OSAC's Charter and Bylaws and other organizational documents. 

Created June 20, 2017, Updated May 14, 2020