I. Party Chairman – The leader of the American National Socialist Party who is tasked with the following responsibilities:
- The general direction of the organization.
- Managing the structure of the organization.
- Authorizing official documents and action to be committed by the whole of the organization.
- Appointing officers within the organization.
II. Deputy-Chairman – A necessary functionary who assists the Party Chairman as an adviser, assumes the duties of the Chairman when deemed necessary by the Chairman, and various other tasks.
III. Directorate – The central body of individuals in the A.N.S.P. who manage the primary organs of the Party. These positions fall into the following categories:
- Party Offices: Encompassing specific areas of administrative and political work, Party Offices are intended to be effective forms of organization to produce beneficial effects in the maintenance and growth of the Party.
- Party Organizations: Associations of Party Membership which provide a community surrounding areas of a specific nature (Ex. Students, protection, etc.).
- Regional Offices: A geographic category of Party organization, the following list covers nine regions that are recognized by the Party: North East Atlantic, Mid-Atlantic, South East Atlantic, North-East Midlands, North-West Midlands, South Midlands, North West, South Pacific, and South West. Each region shall be led by a regional office which ensures Party expectations throughout the entire country. Regional Offices also must represent their area, working for their specific interests.
- Appointed Individuals: Individuals who are of great benefit to the Party but do not work as the leadership of a Party Office, Party Organization, or Regional Office.
IV. State Offices – A geographical category of Party organization which is assumed from the fifty States currently within the United States of America.
V. Unit Offices – A geographical category of Party organization which operates within counties.
VI: General Membership – The standard core of the Party, general membership may be involved in organized events, fund-raising, etc. Those in the general membership have the opportunity to participate in various programs which are to be developed over time.