Organizational Structure, Roles, and Responsibilities: The FIRST Center management structure, outlined in our organizational chart, has been designed to accomplish the scientific goals of the Center, while providing synergy between the thrusts, educational outreach, oversight, operational support, and integration with DOE's core science and technology programs. The Director (David J.Wesolowski) is responsible for the overall scientific direction and management of the Center, including setting scientific priorities, monitoring progress, allocating resources, reporting to BES, and ensuring compliance with environmental, health and safety regulations. He also reviews and approves the release of all publications, presentations, web postings and media articles. The Deputy Director (Sheng Dai) represents the Director in his absence. The Director is accountable to ORNL's BES Chemical Sciences, Geosciences and Biosciences (CSGB) Program Manager (Britt, who is also the Chemical Sciences Division Director) and the Associate Laboratory Director (ALD) for Physical Sciences (Buchanan) and the DOE Program Managers. The Thrust Leaders (Peter T. Cummings, Sheng Dai, Steven H. Overbury) report to the Director and are responsible for managing the daily activities of their specific thrusts, which includes setting scientific priorities, monitoring progress and managing resources. The Thrust Leaders, together with the Director and ORNL CSGB Program Manager, constitute the Steering Committee (SC), which is responsible for integrating and coordinating research activities across the thrusts, and is the strategic decision-making body of the Center. An External Advisory Board (EAB), composed of science and technology experts from academia and industry, assess the scientific direction and progress of the Center and the Thrusts, and the quality of the scientific program. An Operational Support group based primarily in the ORNL Chemical Sciences Division provides support for Procurement, Finance, Environmental, Health, Safety and Quality (ESH&Q), Education and Outreach, Human Resources, and Technology Transfer.