About the Chairman

The ACUS Chairman is appointed for a five-year term by the President and is confirmed by the Senate. The Chairman presides at meetings of the Council and at each ACUS plenary session, where he or she makes a full report concerning the affairs of the Agency since the last preceding plenary session. The Chairman also submits to the President and Congress an annual report and interim reports he or she deems appropriate in communicating the value and accomplishments of the Agency.

During the absence, incapacity or vacancy of the office, the Presidentially designated Vice Chairman serves as Chairman.

Agency Leadership

The agency's leadership team is comprised of career federal officials. 

About the Staff

ACUS staff is composed of a dynamic and driven group of individuals dedicated to public service.

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