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IACT Committee Mission Statements

Conference Site and Program - The mission of the Conference Site and Program Committee is to develop a meeting program including workshops, seminars, and presentations that facilitate the discussion and exchange of information in alcohol and other drugs testing related to traffic and workplace testing advancing the purpose of IACT in a fiscally sound manner. 

Ethics – See Bylaws

Legal Research -  The mission of the Legal Research Committee is to review new and pending legislation and recent court rulings related to testing for alcohol and other drugs in suspected impaired drivers and to relay information on those issues to the membership.

Manufacturers -  The committee shall represent IACT as a liaison to manufacturers and vendors of alcohol/drug testing instruments, equipment and related services.  The committee will assist with setup and any needs the manufacturers/vendors might have during conferences; and shall keep IACT informed of recent developments in the field.  The committee shall strive to include new manufacturers/vendors.

Membership - The mission of the Membership Committee is to determine eligibility and classification of applicants for membership in the Association.

Nominating - The mission of the Nominating Committee is to identify qualified nominees for the elected positions of the Association.

Publications - The committee shall be responsible for publication of the IACT Newsletter.  These duties shall include writing, soliciting content, editing, publishing, and distributing the Newsletter to the membership.

Training - The mission of the Training Committee is to develop and promote training opportunities for personnel in the field of chemical testing; and to develop recommended training standards for agencies devoted to the detection of alcohol and other drugs.

OIML - The mission of the Ad-Hoc Committee on the International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML) is to monitor developments within the international metrology community oriented towards the regulation of breath alcohol analyzers and testing procedures; disseminate relevant information regarding implementation of the OIML R126 Specification to the Association membership; and promote the harmonization and standardization of initial type-approval testing for breath alcohol analyzers within the United States through education of the Association membership.

Website – The mission of the Webmaster is to maintain the IACT internet website with current information regarding IACT activities and information related to the testing of alcohol and other drugs and to strive to utilize all available web technologies to benefit the membership.

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