The Administrative Board (AB) is the governing body of ACER. It is tasked with the appointment of the main bodies of ACER, including the Director, and with exercising budgetary powers. It also adopts the work programme of ACER for the coming year and its multi-annual programme.
The AB plays a central role in establishing the budget, including the drafting of the financial rules. It also ensures that ACER carries out its mission and performs its mandate.
The Adminstrative Board is composed by nine Members and nine alternates, appointed by the European institutions.
Two members are appointed by the European Commission, two by the European Parliament and five by the Council of the European Union.