Based in Rockville, MD, AOAC’s dedicated national office staff provide support for AOAC’s programs and activities.
The BOD sets priorities, establishes policies, and manages the affairs of the Association.
The OMB serves the Association in a scientific and advisory capacity on methods and the process of their adoption.
The Editorial Board for the Journal of AOAC INTERNATIONAL (JAOAC) is responsible for the management of the JAOAC and its publication.
The Past Presidents Council serves as a nexus for information and expertise exchange between the stakeholder community and AOAC.
AOAC Presidents serve one-year terms and have led the Association since its establishment in 1884.