Matching organs. Saving lives.

Public comment

To make the nation’s organ transplantation and donation system fair and equitable for as many people as possible, we need your participation.

Participate in public comment

Your views matter, and our policy process is open to the public. Be sure to provide feedback on the rules that govern organ matching and allocation.

Submit a public comment

Public comment webinars

We offer webinar opportunities to help you learn more about policy and bylaws proposals that are available for public comment.

View public comment webinars

Serve on a committee

You can volunteer to serve on an OPTN/UNOS committee and help make critical decisions that shape organ allocation policy. These decisions shape how we serve transplant patients, living donors, family members of deceased donors, and professionals involved in organ donation and transplantation. In addition to volunteers who bring expertise and knowledge, we are interested in nominees who have a personal connection to organ donation and/or transplantation. Learn more about the nomination process and the commitments needed for volunteers:

Volunteer on a committee

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