RIMS-Nepal is governed by its executive committee which includes board members and financial monitoring committee, and program management teams. These committees comply with policies, guiding principles of the organisation and by prevailing law of the nation in order to ensure internal governance and efficient operational management practice.
The executive board of RIMS-Nepal comprises of seven members, formed among the interested and committed members, who are elected, or in consensus agreed by the general assembly (members). The executive board has a time period of two years and organises quarterly board meeting. The main responsibility of the executive board is to act on behalf of general assembly and ensures the efficient and effective function of the organisation. The executive board appoints executive director and monitor his/her work. The executive board is also involved in staff recruitment in order to ensure the reflection of organisational policies in terms of work force diversity and gender.