This office is responsible for public relations and international affairs in addition to organizing the bureau of president. Regarding the institute scientific potentials and in line with using the international facilities and services for achieving its goals, IIEES has been to collaborate with all scientific international research centers in the world institutes and organizations in the form of joint research project agreements and scientific information exchange since its establishment. Signing 24 memorandums with other countries, listed bellow, in the seismology fields are among the activities accomplished during the past few years. Some of the main activities of public relations are listed as:
- Compiling and approving the regulations for organizing, guiding and developing IIEES communication activities.
- Preparing and publishing the first issue of IIEES News Bulletin.
- Preparing the executive code for public relations activities.
- Suggesting and approving of the first conference of national safety day against earthquake.
The board of auditors was established with the aim of inquiry upon the scientific evaluation of employees ( changes in employment status of employees and scientific committee), gradation from assistant professor to associate professor and professor and evaluation the scientific committees educational and research responsibilities and also inquiry upon the calculation of attendance records, scholarships, and sabbaticals of scientific committee members.
The board of auditors consists of 8 members including the institute president, vice-president of research and 6 professors from other research institutes or universities.