The Board of Directors of the Qatar Olympic Committee is composed from representatives of mainly National Sports federations.The General Assembly elects a Board of Directors for a period of four years in the year after the Olympic Summer Games whether it is held or not.
- Manage the Committee in all aspects including the financial, the technical and the administrative aspects.
- Implement the decisions of the General Assembly.
- Create and dissolve commissions and working groups and approve their terms of reference and procedures.
- Appoint and dismiss individuals of commissions and working groups by procedures as set out in the Bye-Laws.
- Establish, maintain, publish and distribute the calendar of the QOC activities.
- Submit to the General Assembly all proposals, which it has agreed upon.
- Appoint and dismiss such employees, as the Board considers necessary to carry on the day-to-day business of the QOC.
- Adopt regulations (policies and procedures) to guide the management of the QOC.
- Prepare the annual proposed budget and supervise its execution.
The General Assembly elects a Board of Directors for a period of four years in the year after the Olympic Summer Games whether it is held or not. The Board of Directors is constituted as follows:
- One President.
- One Secretary General.
- Two Vice-Presidents.
- One Treasurer General.
- Up to four Members.
- The Member(s) of the IOC in Qatar (if any).
- The Board may co-opt up to two persons known for their sports experiences as public personalities. The appointed persons will enjoy the same rights and duties as the other Board Members.