Overall management of VAMAS is through a Steering Committee (SC) with up to three representatives from each of the members. The Chair and Secretariat of VAMAS has alternated on a three-year cycle between the USA and the UK.

The current Chair of VAMAS is Prof. Graham Sims and the Secretary, Sam Gnaniah, from the National Physical Laboratory, UK.

The pre-standards research activities of VAMAS are organized into technical committees called Technical Working Areas (TWA), which are overseen by the SC and led by International Chairs. The SC is responsible for policy, programme planning, approval of new TWAs and projects, appointment of TWA Chairs and monitoring the progress of the TWAs. Management of the research activities is vested in the Chairs and Project Leaders within the TWAs. Each TWA has SC Coordinators who represent and provide liaison to the SC.

Potential participants in existing TWAs and those with an interest in the output of the TWAs should contact the relevant TWA Chair.

See also

  • Formation and objectives
  • Technical Working Areas