• Promote accuracy, credibility, and uniformity of DHI records.
  • Represent the DHIA system on issues involving other National and International organizations.
  • Organize industry activities that benefit members of National DHIA.


  • Maintain channels of communication with members and other users of DHIA records.
  • Administer the Quality Certification Program.
  • Coordinate appropriate meetings, workshops, and seminars as needed.
  • Ensure that the Code of Ethics, Uniform Data Collection Procedures, and Quality Certification standards remain up-to-date and appropriate for industry needs.
  • Coordinate the testing of new weighing and sampling devices and related new products.
  • Provide materials and resources to regional caucuses to ensure sufficient background information for complete discussion of current issues.
  • Keep abreast of modern technologies and apprise the members of possible applications in DHIA.
  • Cooperate with USDA, NAAB, and PDCA in providing the dairy industry with needed, meaningful, and affordable programs with minimal duplication.
  • Operate the office in an efficient manner to make the best possible programs and service available to members at reasonable cost.
  • Keep our organization financially sound.