FIFA president Blatter, who is in Edinburgh ahead of the International FA Board meeting on Saturday, said the world governing body's task force will be headed by Jeffrey Webb, president of the CONCACAF federation of countries in north and central America and the Caribbean.
Blatter said: "The strategy committee has said we will make a task force and I have a chairman for this task force - he is Jeffrey Webb, the president of CONCACAF.
"It is a big, big problem also of education and understanding, but we will do it because we have to kick it out."
Blatter is also set to meet AC Milan midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng on March 22nd to discuss ways of tackling racism in football.
Boateng led his team-mates off the pitch on January 3rd in protest at racial abuse from fans of fourth-tier Italian side Pro Patria.
After the incident, Blatter praised the former Portsmouth player for making a "strong and courageous stand" but added that leaving the field "cannot be the solution".
He has also revealed the organisation is open to allowing goal-line technology decisions to be screened to fans in stadiums as well as to television viewers.
Football Association general secretary Alex Horne said earlier on Friday the FA were yet to make a decision over whether the goal-line calls would be shown on big screens at grounds as they look to introduce the technology to the Premier League.
Horne did say, however, that replays of decisions are set to be shown to television viewers.
FIFA confirmed earlier this week that goal-line technology will be used at next summer's World Cup in Brazil.
In a document to be assessed by football's rule-makers on Saturday, FIFA did a U-turn on its previous stance that officials could be undermined if the results were shown to supporters and Blatter insists all results must be transparent.
The FIFA president says fans "must" know what the computers are telling referees.
"It's not a secret," said Blatter.
"Once we have the technology and it shows it's a goal or not a goal, we have to be transparent, otherwise there's no need to do it.
"We will do it. It is something we need in football."